Serbian counts on U.S support for EU

Serbia Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is in Washington to hold some official talks

Serbian counts on U.S support for EU

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Serbia Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with U.S. national security advisor Susan Rice on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister said after the meeting that "Serbia can count on U.S. support," according to the Serbian government's website.

Vucic said that Rice "expressed unequivocal support for the opening of the first chapters in Serbia’s negotiations with the EU, and added that he believes that the signal from Washington to the EU will be a signal of support for Serbia."

He added that the meeting with Rice was "good, useful and responsible and that she expressed a very high opinion on the economic and political reforms undertaken by Serbia, as well as on the preservation of political stability in Serbia and in the region." b92 News reported.

Addressing journalists after a meeting with President for National Security Affairs Susan Rice, Vucic said they discussed the relations Serbia has within the region, with Albania, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, including the Serb Republic, noting he also spoke about his recent visits to Tirana and Sarajevo and their results. 

PM Vucic meets with John McCain

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Senator John McCain.

PM Vucic writes on his twitter account that U.S to support their EU path. He shared two pics together with senator John McCain.

The two officials were very satisfied with the meeting, Voice of America (VOA) reported. McCain also expressed his wish to visit Serbia, although it was not said whether this will take place soon. 

Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Haziran 2015, 15:06