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U.S. ambassador to Russia visits jailed WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich

  • Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, the first U.S. Reporter to be accused of spying in Russia since the Cold War, remains imprisoned in Moscow while awaiting trial on espionage charges.
  • The U.S. Government has condemned Gershkovich's arrest and accused Moscow of engaging in "hostage diplomacy" by wrongfully detaining him. The case has further strained U.S.-Russian relations, with analysts suggesting that Moscow may be using jailed Americans as bargaining chips.
  • Gershkovich's parents and sister made a plea at the United Nations for world leaders to urge Russia to free the reporter, emphasizing the importance of press freedom and freedom of expression. U.S. Ambassador Lynne Tracy has visited Gershkovich in prison multiple times, reaffirming the support for his release.
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