First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic perceived currently an Atlantic Council commission from Washington, headed by Executive Vice President Damon Wilson, that is visiting Belgrade, in a horizon of their investigate revisit to a region.
The talks dealt with themes associated to informal fortitude and security, mercantile wealth and delay of reforms in Western Balkan countries and a Republic of Serbia.
Minister Dacic underlined, among other things, a significance of a United States support so distant to a Serbian European path, expressing his wish that a new US Administration would continue to act along these lines.
He emphasized a significance of extended high-level domestic discourse hold in new years, and Serbia’s seductiveness in furthering this trend, quite in a area of mercantile team-work and captivate of new US investments.
Today’s talks were attended also by US Ambassador to a Republic of Serbia Kyle Scott.