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Embassy of the Republic of Serbia

2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 410

Washington, DC 20007

Embassy (phone): (202) 332-0333
Embassy (fax): (202) 332-3933
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Embassy (e-mail): info@serbiaembusa.org

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Relations with Serbia very important for United States
Belgrade/New York, 23 Sept 2016 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met today in New York with US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken, with whom he discussed relations between the two countries, the situation in the region, Serbia's European path and dialogue with Pristina.
Prime Minister Vucic informed Deputy Secretary of State Blinken about the economic reforms that the Serbian government has implemented, and underlined that Serbia has invested a lot in its progress and will do everything to maintain stability in the Western Balkans, because a stable region means economic prosperity of all countries.

Expressing gratitude to Deputy Secretary of State Blinken for the commitment and support provided to Serbia, Vucic expressed his gratitude for the extraordinary visit of Vice President Joseph Biden to Belgrade and his personal support Serbia.

US Deputy Secretary of State Blinken said that for the United States the relationship with Serbia, as a key country of the region, is very important, and welcomed all the reforms that the Serbian government has conducted.

He stressed that it is important for Serbia to continue on its European path, as this will speed up the progress of the entire region.

Blinken conveyed to Prime Minister Vucic the greetings of US Vice President Joseph Biden and his message that he is very satisfied with his visit to Serbia in August this year.

Bilateral relations between Serbia, United States on upswing

Belgrade, 16 Aug 2016 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said today after a meeting with US Vice President Joseph Biden that a significant US support is expected in maintaining peace and stability in the region, without which there is no better life for citizens, nor economic progress.

The Prime Minister expressed his gratitude to the United States for endorsing Serbia's European path, adding that our country is making every effort to fulfill all of its obligations as. We also discussed bilateral relations between the United States and Serbia, the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and possible progress in the future, as well as regional relations and Serbia's European path, Vucic said.

Passing of Congresswomen Helen Delich Bentley

"Congresswoman Bentley will be remembered for her invaluable contribution to the improvement of the state of affairs in the country she lived in, and for the fact that she had never forgotten her Serbian roots, as proven by actively promoting interests of the Republic of Serbia and its people. We will always remember both the support she lent to our country in the most precarious of times in its history and her contribution to the advancement of the overall relations between the Republic of Serbia and the United States of America.

As an American of Serbian descent, Congresswoman Bentley has continuously participated in the life of the large Serbian community in the United States, and has regularly organized, participated and made her selfless contribution to humanitarian efforts and other activities carried out by the Serbian expatriate community. 

With her passing, the Republic of Serbia has lost a true friend."

Ambassador of Serbia Djerdj Matkovic

August 9, 2016


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