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United States strongly supports Belgrade-Pristina dialogue with EU mediation

August 5, 2022

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke today with US Ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill about bilateral relations between the two countries, the situation in the region, dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, as well as cooperation in the field of energy.

Brnabic emphasised that the preservation of peace and stability in the region is one of the key priorities and that Serbia remains committed to investing additional efforts in order to develop regional ties in all areas.

Serbia also provides strong support for regional cooperation through the Open Balkans initiative, which has proven to be an effective framework for solving issues important to our citizens.

Speaking about the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, the Prime Minister expressed her belief that the meeting on the occasion of the new round of dialogue on 18 August in Brussels will be constructive, especially in light of the current situation and Pristina's unilateral moves.

Hill noted that the continuation of talks is the only way to resolve open issues, and pointed out that the USA strongly supports the dialogue with the mediation of the European Union.

The interlocutors pointed out that there is great potential for cooperation in the field of energy, especially when it comes to projects of renewable energy sources. Accordingly, the Prime Minister assessed that energy security is a topic of extreme importance for Serbia and that it is necessary to make a new step towards the energy transition and the construction of new energy capacities, and added that in this sense we see the potential for cooperation with the USA.

FM Selaković congratulated Blinken on US Independence Day

July 4, 2022

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Mr. Nikola Selaković, sent a congratulatory message to US Secretary of State, Mr. Anthony Blinken on the occasion of US Independence Day, in which he wished progress and well-being to the American states and people.

"I want to express my belief that the overall relations of our two countries will continue to progress successfully in all areas of mutual importance and in the spirit of traditional friendship and mutual understanding, which obliges us to the significant jubilee that we proudly celebrated last year – 140 years since the establishment of diplomatic relationship", the minister's congratulatory message states.

Mr. Selaković thanked the US for their continued support for continuing dialogue between Belgrade and Priština, Serbia's European path, as well as for their support for our efforts to preserve peace and stability in the Western Balkans region.

He also stated that he was convinced that the strengthening of economic ties, which are the most promising segment of our relations, would be an additional motive for deepening all forms of cooperation.

"In anticipation of the opportunity to exchange opinions on further modalities for the rapprochement of the ties between our two peoples, please accept the expressions of my high regard," the congratulatory message of the head of Serbian diplomacy states.

Washington D.C. segment of “The Soul Dance” movie filmed

June 20, 2022

A segment of the documentary film and series "The Soul Dance", directed by Zeljko Mirkovic, was completed last week in Washington D.C.

Organized by the Serbian Cultural Center "Opančići" from Washington D.C. and supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the United States, this project was filmed in front of the White House, at the Jefferson Memorial, in front of the Washington Monument and at several other locations.

"The Soul Dance" project gathered over 60 performers from three folklore ensembles, a girls' choir, the chamber choir "Srbijana", accordion soloist Milan Mitic, Biljana Regan’s Association for the preservation of Balkan tradition and culture in the USA, as well as Saint Luke's Serbian Orthodox Church children's choir and folklore group.

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