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Washington, DC 20008

Embassy (phone): (202) 332-0333
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Consular Section (fax): (202) 332-5974

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Chicago, May 16, 2015 - H.E. Mr. Đerđ Matkovic, Ambassador of Serbia, visited Chicago on 14 and 15 May 2015. During his stay Amb. Matkovic had meetings with Deputy Governor of the State of Illinois Ms. Evelyn Sanguinetti and Deputy Mayor Mr. Steve Koch on further cooperation between Serbia and Illinois, as well as between Sister Cities Belgrade and Chicago.

He also met with the representatives of the Academy of "Sveti Sava", paid a visit to the Serbian Parochial school in Chicago, the Holy Resurrection Orthodox Cathedral and Serbian-American Museum St. Sava.

The visit was specially focused on strengthening economic ties with the Serbian Diaspora. The Serbian-American Chamber of Commerce and  the Consulate General of Serbia in Chicago organized a meeting between the ambassador, business people and representatives of the Diaspora titled "The importance of the Diaspora in the economic cooperation with Serbia - Possibilities and Challenges". Ambassador Matkovic conveyed readiness of the Embassy and the Consulates General of Serbia in the US to assist all members of the Diaspora interested in investing in Serbia or doing business with Serbian companies.


All technical conditions met for direct flights to United States

Belgrade, 12 May 2015 – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic and US Ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby today signed the Agreement on Air Transport between the governments of Serbia and the United States.

Mihajlovic said after the signing of the agreement that all technical requirements for direct flights between Serbia and the United States have been met, and expressed hope that they will start as soon as possible.

She said that the US Federal Aviation Administration ranked Serbia in the category of the first order, which in aviation means that the country is safe and that it can apply for direct flights.

The establishment of direct flights after 23 years will have great significance for the further economic development of Serbia, Mihajlovic assessed and reiterated that our country is ready as far as technical conditions are concerned.

The next step are talks between air authorities which will decide when to establish direct flights.

Kirby expressed the hope that this will be done in the near future, probably in a few months, noting that it largely depends on the companies that are to operate flights.

U.S. Rep. Rohrabacher on a visit to Serbia

Belgrade, May 8, 2015 -  First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met today with US Congressional Representative Dana Rohrabacher, Chairman of the House Europe, Eurasia Subcommittee, who is visiting the Republic of Serbia in the framework of his tour of the region.


During the meeting, the interlocutors exchanged views on regional topics, including on current bilateral and international issues. Minister Dacic expressed his satisfaction over the positive dynamic of the bilateral dialogue and indicated that Serbia’s foreign policy position today was much better, inter alia as a result of recognition of its commitment to the dialogue with Pristina and the constructive relations with neighbouring countries.

Rep. Rohrabacher said that the US appreciated the efforts of the Republic of Serbia aimed at establishing full regional stability, indicating that significant progress had been made in this context. He also underlined that Serbia enjoyed full US support in this process

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