The Senate today confirmed the following nominees, the State Department has announced (I’ll spare you the usual bolding): Jeffrey Feltman, assistant secretary for Near Eastern affairs Philip Verveer, coordinator for international communications and information policy Maria Otero, under secretary for global affairs Carlos Pascual, U.S. ambassador to Mexico Ertharin Cousin, U.S. representative to U.N. agencies ...
The Senate today confirmed the following nominees, the State Department has announced (I’ll spare you the usual bolding):
- Jeffrey Feltman, assistant secretary for Near Eastern affairs
- Philip Verveer, coordinator for international communications and information policy
- Maria Otero, under secretary for global affairs
- Carlos Pascual, U.S. ambassador to Mexico
- Ertharin Cousin, U.S. representative to U.N. agencies for food and agriculture
- Kerri-Ann Jones, assistant secretary for oceans and international environmental and scientific Affairs
- David Killion, U.S. representative to UNESCO
- Glyn Davies, U.S. representative to the U.N.-Vienna and the IAEA
- Michael Battle, U.S. representative to the African Union
- Martha Campbell, U.S. ambassador to the Marshall Islands
- John Bass, U.S. ambassador to Georgia
- James Foley, U.S. ambassador to Croatia
- Kenneth Gross, U.S. ambassador to Tajikistan
- Teddy Taylor, U.S. ambassador to Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu
- John Roos, U.S. ambassador to Japan
- Judith Garber, U.S. ambassador to Latvia
- James Knight, U.S. ambassador to Benin
- Karen Kornbluh, U.S. representative to the OECD
- Bruce Oreck, U.S. ambassador to Finland
- Jon Huntsman, U.S. ambassador to China
- Douglas Kmiec, U.S. ambassador to Malta
- Jonathan Addleton, U.S. ambassador to Mongolia
- Matthew Barzun, U.S. ambassador to Sweden
- William Eacho, U.S. ambassador to Austria
- Philip Murphy, U.S. ambassador to Germany
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