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Embassy of the Republic of Serbia

2134 Kalorama Rd., NW
Washington, DC 20008

Embassy (phone): (202) 332-0333
Embassy (fax): (202) 332-3933
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(phone): (202) 332-0333 ext: 103, 104
Consular Section (fax): (202) 332-5974

Embassy (e-mail): info@serbiaembusa.org

Consular Section (e-mail): consular@serbiaembusa.org


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Embassy will be closed on July 3 due to the Independence Day

Serbia needs political support of US on its European path
Washington, 4 June 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic spoke today in Washington with US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken about support to Serbia's European path, the situation in the region, dialogue with Pristina and the Serbian foreign policy activities.

Vucic highlighted the necessity of political support of the United States to the US European integration of Serbia, and added that a lot has been done to preserve peace and stability in the region.

He informed Blinken about economic reforms undertaken by our country and invited him to visit Serbia.

The US Deputy Secretary of State expressed his satisfaction with personal commitment and the role of Prime Minister Vucic in the region and the work of the Serbian government.

Blinken stressed that everything that has been done so far has led to closer cooperation of Serbia and the United States, and of Serbia and the EU, and confirmed that the United States will encourage the EU to open negotiations on chapters with Serbia.

He welcomed the economic reforms and pointed to the need of a greater presence of American investors in Serbia.


Serbia committed to preserving regional stability
Washington, 4 June 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic delivered remarks at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington on the topic of European integration of Serbia.

Addressing the audience, PM Vucic stated that Serbia has three main objectives, and these are internal and regional stability, the creation of a strong economy and an open, democratic society.

The Prime Minister stressed that Serbia is a pillar of stability in the region and outlined the details of foreign policy activities in the past year, starting from the visit of the Albanian Prime Minister to Serbia after almost 70 years, through his visits to Sarajevo and Zagreb and his first historical visit to Albania last week.

He underlined that Serbia has good relations with all countries in the region and reiterated the importance of dialogue with Pristina, which has greatly contributed to the stability of the entire region.

The Serbian Prime Minister also mentioned the economic measures, fiscal consolidation measures, new laws and legal reforms as serious conditions to ensure political and economic stability of Serbia.

"The Balkans remain a sensitive region, but I hope that we will manage to preserve stability. Forecasts for Serbia are not bad, but the biggest challenge for us is to preserve the political stability of the region. To do this, we expect political support of the European Union", Vucic concluded.



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