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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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USAID project improves business conditions in Serbia

Belgrade, November 16th, 2017 – Prime Minister Ana Brnabic announced today in a video message marking the completion of the USAID Business Enabling Project (BEP) that this project fulfilled the role and provided great support to Serbia in its European integration. The US Agency for International Development and the government of Serbia marked the success of the USAID project for better business conditions - a seven-year initiative worth $ 19.5 million, which helped Serbia become a better place for business. Brnabic pointed out that this USAID project has contributed a lot to Serbia through the promotion of cooperation between the public and private sectors.

Suriname revokes its decision to recognize Kosovo

Belgrade, October 31st, 2017 - First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic said today, at an extraordinary press conference held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that the Government of the Republic of Suriname had revoked its recognition of Kosovo and Metohija as an independent state. The Head of Serbian diplomacy conveyed that Suriname's diplomatic note on the revocation of the recognition had arrived during the night.

"On 8 July 2016, they recognized the independence of Kosovo", said Minister Dacic, adding that only five states had recognized Kosovo during his term of office, while one had reversed its decision. He noted that Kosovo's independence was so far recognized by 106 states.

"This is a historic event for us – we haven't achieved this with money since we don't have it, nor by exerting pressure since we are not able to do so – but through our dedication instead", emphasized the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.

Intensifying cooperation with the USA to further attract US investments in Serbian economy

Belgrade, October 16th, 2017 - First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic received today a trade and political delegation of the U.S. Federal State of Maryland, led by Secretary of State of Maryland John C. Wobensmith, which is visiting Belgrade. Minister Dacic highlighted Serbia's interest to intensify all types of cooperation with the United States of America, particularly in the area of economy and further attraction of U.S. investments in the Serbian economy. Interlocutors from Maryland expressed satisfaction over their visit to Serbia which would include, in addition to Belgrade, visits to Novi Sad and Nis. It was noted that the interest of this Federal State was involvement of its companies in business and investments in the area of environmental protection in Serbia. On the Serbian side, the meeting was also attended by Ministers in charge of environmental protection, and of state administration and local self-government, Messrs. Goran Trivan and Branko Ruzic, respectively.

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