Lynn Tracy plans to hold a series of meetings with local Ural activists, and various sources report that the meetings will be exclusively private. Apparently, the nature of the meetings is so closed that no official comments on the visit of the State Department representative to the US consulate in Yekaterinburg are published. Last news, lit by consular officers of the US mission in the Urals, dated 19 in January and tells about the performance of the American rock band Filigar at the Ural festival “Old New Rock”. Regarding the visit, Lynn Tracy is a democratic silence ...
From the official presentation of the employee of the US State Department on Online US embassy in Moscow:
She worked in Ashgabat as Deputy Head of Mission (2010-2011), headed the consulate in Peshawar (2006-2009), diplomatic representation in Astana (2004 -2006), worked in Kabul (2002-2003). ), Bishkek (1997-2000), and also had a business trip to Peshawar in 1995-1997 before. In Washington, she served as an Assistant for Kazakhstan (2003-2004), Georgia (2001-2002) and worked in the Office of the Special Representative in the Newly Independent States (2000-2001).
It is noted that Ms. Tracy was awarded the Order “For Heroism” - for serving in Peshawar, as well as other “highest honorary awards”. Photos from one of the awards ceremonies of Lynn Tracy: