Serbian PM meets with Obama's adviser

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to meet with national security adviser Susan Rice on wednesday.

Serbian PM meets with Obama's adviser

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will hold a meeting with Rice, who has held the position of Obama's advisor since June 2013, and previously served as U.S. ambassador to the UN; B92's reporter in Washington.

PM Vucic is visiting the United States, where he should holding a series of meetings, including the most important one with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden.

However, there has been no confirmation for now that this meeting will take place, considering the recent death of Biden's son.

Tanjug is reporting that Aleksandar Vucic said that all the meetings he has had with representatives of large U.S. companies were "very good" and "stressed the importance of preserving political and economic stability in Serbia."

"That is what we talked about everywhere I went - political and economic stability, low deficit," Vucic said last night.

"I think that respect for Serbia is growing steadily, and I am proud of this fact, and when you receive this kind of treatment in the United States, I think that Serbia can count on a far better future," the prime minister said.

Vucic met with representatives of Microsoft, General Electric, Freeport, NCR and other companies in Washington on Tuesday.

All the talks went very well, they were energetic and both sides in all meetings expressed interest in cooperation, said Vucic.

He is continuing his official visit to the United States on Wednesday with meetings with U.S. officials and discuss bilateral relations, economic cooperation and Washington's support to Serbia’s European path.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 03 Haziran 2015, 13:36