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Relations between Serbia, US on the rise

Belgrade, 7 April 2014 – Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Ambassador of the United States to Serbia Michael Kirby agreed at today's meeting that relations between the two countries are on the rise and that there is great potential for improving economic cooperation.

Dacic said that in dialogue with Pristina in Brussels Serbia seeks to reach a fair solution that will ensure complete safety and survival of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija and a stable peace in the region. 

Special attention is devoted to the discussion of the importance of strengthening institutions in Serbia that will strongly support economic development and the process of European integration.


POGROM OF SERBS IN KOSOVO AND METOHIJA - TEN YEARS LATER, March 17, 2004 - March 17, 2014


15 years since the NATO bombing
Belgrade, 24 March 2014 – On the occasion of the Remembrance day of the victims of the NATO bombing, Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic laid a wreath at the memorial on the hill Strazevica in Rakovica.

Today, 15 years after the NATO bombing, more and more voices are being heard in the international community saying that there was no legal framework for the bombing of Serbia, Dacic underlined and reiterated that situations like this one must never happen again. 

The Prime Minister said that Serbia today conducts a policy of solving all problems through peaceful means.

The bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia began on 24 March 1999,  at the order of the then NATO Secretary General Javier Solana. 

On the same night, the Yugoslav government declared a state of war and the attacks of the NATO aviation lasted for the next 78 days.

In these attacks, at least 2,500 people died, and over 12,500 were wounded or injured, according to estimates.
 

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