Christopher Hill

Djuric: Strengthening ties with US among Serbia's foreign policy priorities

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Marko Djuric met with US Ambassador to Belgrade Christopher Hill on Thursday to outline the foreign policy priorities of Serbia's new government, which he noted included strengthening the cooperation with the US.

Djuric said bilateral political, economic and cultural ties had seen a positive transformation in recent years.

Brnabic meets with Hill

BELGRADE - Serbian Parliament Speaker Ana Brnabic met with US Ambassador to Belgrade Christopher Hill on Wednesday.

The parties met for the first time since Brnabic assumed her present post.

Brnabic and Hill said they were confident they would continue to have a good relationship and good cooperation in the future, the parliament's press office said in a statement.

Brnabic meets with OSCE, US ambassadors

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with the head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Jan Braathu and US Ambassador Christopher Hill on Friday, noting the significance of cooperation in the past years.

Brnabic said she hoped the successful cooperation would be continued in the future as well, with the next Serbian government and with her personally.

Brnabic, US ambassador visit Pupin memorial complex in Idvor

IDVOR - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic and US Ambassador to Belgrade Christopher Hill on Friday visited the Mihajlo Pupin Memorial Complex in Idvor, northeastern Serbia.

The complex is comprised of Pupin's birth house, former primary school and his endowment - the People's Home.

This year marks the 170th anniversary of his birth.

Serbia says it is disappointed with possible US sale of anti-tank missiles to Kosovo

The United States has received Kosovo's request to purchase Javelin anti-tank missiles, the US ambassador to Serbia on Thursday told President Aleksandar Vucic, who expressed "deep disappointment."

The US State Department said later Thursday that it approved the possible sale of the 246 missiles and related equipment to Kosovo for an estimated cost of $75 million.

Vucic: US decision to accept Pristina's request to buy missiles greatly disappointing

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday Serbia would continue to act responsibly, contribute to stability in the Balkans and work on maintaining ties with the US despite the fact Washington had accepted Pristina's request to buy Javelin anti-tank missiles.

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