Two more sources have confirmed this information. One of them said that Russia had acted in the same way after the appointment of the current head of the NASA mission to Russia, Tricia Mack.
“After her appointment to Moscow, she spent 1.5 years in Houston and visited only launches and landings in Kazakhstan because had not a visa during this period,” the source said.
The sources have not mentioned the name of the candidate for the head of the NASA mission to Russia.
The space agency has not commented on the issue yet. (UNI)