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Two Serbian-Americans Receive Highest Honors from President Vucic

On February 15, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic honored a number of individuals at a ceremony. Among the recipients were two Serbian-Americans. David Vuich is the last surviving member of the Serbian Apollo Seven, who worked on the U.S. space program. Dr. Gordana Vunjak Novakovic is a professor of biomedical engineering and medical sciences at Columbia ...
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Statement of Secretary of State Pompeo on Serbia State Day

On behalf of the government and people of the United States, I congratulate Serbia as you celebrate Statehood Day. The United States and Serbia have a long history of cooperation and engagement. Our countries stood shoulder to shoulder through two world wars, and the United States has long supported Serbia’s integration into Europe. Many prominent ...
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Special Presidential Envoy Grenell on Serbia-Kosovo Rail and Highway Agreements

Special Presidential Envoy Richard Grenell released this statement today: Today’s historic agreements to develop railway and motorway connections between Belgrade and Pristina will help facilitate the flow of people and goods between Serbia and Kosovo. These new agreements build on the one signed last month to reestablish direct flights between the two capital cities for ...
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U.S. and Serbia Partner to Promote Trade Compliance

The United States Embassy in Belgrade has partnered with the Serbian Ministry of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications (MTTT) to increase compliance with international standards for the export of arms, military equipment, and other strategic goods produced in Serbia, which will not only help the Serbian economy, but also contribute to global and regional security. The ...
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