SFRC Clears Six State Dept Nominees

Jacobson, Solomont, Feinstein, White, Posner, Hormats

The following six nominations were reported by Mr. Kerry of the Committee on Foreign Relations (without printed report) on September 17. The nominations now go to the Senate for a full vote.

David C. Jacobson, of Illinois, to be
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the United States of
America to Canada.

Alan D. Solomont, of Massachusetts, to be
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the United States of
America to Spain, and to serve concurrently
and without additional compensation as
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the United States of
America to Andorra.

Lee Andrew Feinstein, of Virginia, to be
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the United States of
America to the Republic of Poland.

Barry B. White, of Massachusetts, to be
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the United States of
America to Norway.

Michael H. Posner, of New York, to be
Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy,
Human Rights, and Labor, vice David J.
Kramer, resigned.

Robert D. Hormats, of New York, to be an
Under Secretary of State (Economic, Energy,
and Agricultural Affairs), vice Reuben Jeffery
III, resigned.

Robert D. Hormats, of New York, to be United
States Alternate Governor of the
International Bank for Reconstruction and
Development for a term of five years; United
States Alternate Governor of the Inter-
American Development Bank for a term of
five years; United States Alternate Governor
of the African Development Bank for a term
of five years; United States Alternate
Governor of the African Development Fund;
United States Alternate Governor of the
Asian Development Bank; and United States
Alternate Governor of the European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development, vice
Reuben Jeffery III.

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