Cine este soţia ambasadorului SUA James D. Pettit, Nancy Bikoff Pettit, şi câte “ture” la Moscova a făcut ea

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Despre James D. Pettit ati aflat, probabil, câte ceva: ambasada SUA la Chişinău ne informează că a făcut trei “ture” la Moscova. Dacă vreţi mai multe detalii, citiţi aici: Un profesionist pe probleme externe despre Cazul Pettit: În 48 de ani de carieră nu am mai întâlnit aşa ceva. Dumitru Constantin: Soarta Republicii Moldova a fost tranşată deja de SUA şi Rusia

Dar despre soţia lui, cea care pare de fapt să conducă din toate punctele de vedere acest cuplu diplomatico-informativ, ce ştiţi? Încă nimic? Atunci citiţi-i aici biografia oficială:

Nancy Pettit

Nancy Bikoff Pettit
United States Ambassador to Latvia
Assumed office
July 29, 2015
President Barack Obama
Preceded by Mark Pekala
Personal details
Born 1953 (age 62–63)[1]
New York
Spouse(s) James Pettit
Alma mater Vassar College
University of Michigan
Religion Judaism

Nancy Bikoff Pettit (born 1953) is an American diplomat and Ambassador of the United States of America to Latvia.

Early life and education

Pettit was born Nancy Lois Bikoff to Florence Muriel Aaron Bikoff and David M. Bikoff. Her father was a physician and clinical assistant professor of family practise at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, L.I.[2] She grew up in Patchogue, New York and graduated from Patchogue-Medford High School in 1971. In 2016 her hometown honored her with induction to the Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame.[3] Pettit earned her A.B. degree at Vassar in 1975, and then attended the University of Michigan, alma mater of her mother, Muriel, where she earned an M.A. in 1977.[4]


Following her graduate studies, Pettit worked for as a research assistant at the Library of Congress and at the U.S. Board for International Broadcasting.

She then embarked on a career in the Foreign Service. Her first post was as an assistant in the Office of Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow in 1983. In 1986, she was posted to the American Institute in Taiwan as a consular officer. In 1988 Pettit returned to Washington to work on the Soviet desk in the European Bureau of the State Department. After two years she became an analyst in the Office of Soviet Union Affairs in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research.

In 1992, Pettit was named a political officer in Moscow embassy. She returned to Washington in 1994 as a desk officer in the Office of Regional Affairs’ Near East Bureau. After two years there, Pettit joined the department’s Board of Examiners. In 1998 she became an international relations officer in the Office of Newly Independent States.

In 1999 she was assigned as a political officer in the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, Austria. She returned to Moscow from 2003 to 2007. In 2008, Pettit was made information officer in the embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine. She returned to Washington in 2010 as director of the Office of Policy Planning and Coordination in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement.[5]

Following her nomination by President Barack Obama,[6] Pettit was confirmed by the Senate on June 24, 2015 as the Ambassador to the Republic of Latvia. She presented her credentials to the president of Latvia on September 8, 2015.[7] In her role as ambassador she has voiced assurances that the United States will stand by its NATO commitments,[8] and welcomed U.S. General Philip Breedlove as he completed a tour through the Baltics and Poland, and joined her in thanking U.S. and Latvian the troops for their service.[9]


In addition to English, Pettit speaks Russian, Ukrainian, German, and Spanish. In 1981 she married to James D. Pettit, current U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova. The couple have two grown children.[10]


Ambassador U.S. Embassy, Latvia, accessed February 19, 2016

Sursa: Wikipedia via Ziaristi Online

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