Washington, D.C. - On July 16 and 17, the President of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Aleksandar Vučić paid an official visit to the United States. On June 17, Mr. Vucic met with the US Vice President Mike Pence, and had a number of bilateral meetings, including a meeting with the chair and co-chair of the Senate Subcommittee for Europe, Senator Ron Johnson and Senator Chris Murphy, as well as with the co-chairs of the Serbian Congressional Caucus, Congresman Ted Poe and Congresman Emanuel Cleaver.
Previousely, the Serbian President met with the Chief of the Bureau of the National Guard of the United States, general Joseph Lengyel, and the Commander of the National Guard of Ohio, General Major Mark Bartman.
During his visit, President Vučić also met with US companies at a business forum hosted by the Business Council for the International Understanding and attended the singning of the Memorandum with CISCO, the worldwide leader in IT and networking.
Bilateral meeting between the President of the Republic of Serbia and the US Vice President Mike Pence
Signing of the MoU with CISCO
Meeting with the Chair and Co-Chair of the Senate Subcommittee for Europe, senators Johnson and Murphy
Meeting with the Co-Chairs of the Serbian Congressional Caucus, Congresmen Poe and Cleaver
Business forum hosted by the Business Council for the International Understanding