In the backyard of the Russian trade representation in Washington, the staff lit a fire and something burned. It is reported by the journal of Foreing Policy.
The staff threw into the fire something similar to paper. Before the walls of the building dismantled the camera.
The mission of the day September 1, came the car, where he loaded boxes and bags with things.
EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the fire in back of about to-be-closed DC Russia trade rep building. @janawinter on the scene. pic.twitter.com/oKoKX2OIBv
– Foreign Policy (@foreign policy) 1 September 2017 R.
Earlier at the Russian Consulate in San Francisco was spotted a column of black smoke. The people who left the building told firefighters that there were no problems and that the staff of the Consulate burned unidentified items in the fireplace.
31 August 2017, the US state Department has demanded from Russia to close its Consulate General in San Francisco, Chancery division in Washington, D.C., and consular division in new York.