The conversations between Kislyak and Flynn were cited by the FBI in its investigation into alleged collusion between Russian operatives and Trump administration officials.
The move is the latest in a series of document declassification.
John Bash, the attorney for the Western District of Texas, will oversee the review.
Rosenstein is slated to testify on June 3 during the first public hearing of the committee's probe.
The point of all this was politics, not national security.
The review will determine whether any “current employees engaged in misconduct” as well as whether “improvements” to FBI procedures are needed.
“We have determined that the incident this morning at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is terrorism-related,” stated FBI agent Leah Greeves at a news conference.
Whitehouse’s comments drew immediate blowback from fellow Senate Judiciary Committee member Mike Lee.
Is Judge Emmet Sullivan’s collusion cameo nearing its end?