Sitemap

Ambassador Hill: The Future Of Serbia Is The West, Not The East

The US Embassy Celebrated Independence Day

The US national holiday, Independence Day, commemorating...

H.E. Tomáš Kuchta, Czech Ambassador To Serbia

Rethink, Rebuild, Repower

The Czech EU Presidency will be ready...

H.E. Christopher R. Hill, U.S. Ambassador To Serbia

Focus On The Future

Looking forward, Serbia today has an important...

Bilateral Trade Exchange

Investments Yet To Convert Into Significant Bilateral Trade

Although trade cooperation between the U.S. and...

Nikola Jokic And Nuggets Agree On Historic 5-year Extension

Nikola Jokic has gone from draft pick No. 41, to two-time MVP, and now the holder of the largest...

Japanese Investors Welcome To Serbia

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and President of the Republic Aleksandar Vucic attended a reception marking 140 years of the...

EU Agrees On Rules To Tame Crypto Market

The European Union has agreed on ground-breaking rules for regulating crypto assets, EU lawmakers said on Thursday, as the...

The EIB And Unicredit Promote Socially Inclusive Employment And Entrepreneurship

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and UniCredit Bank Serbia (UniCredit) have officially launched a €30 million credit line aimed...

Hong Kong: Xi Jinping Defends China’s Rule At Handover Anniversary

China's "one country two systems" model of ruling Hong Kong has worked in protecting the city and must continue...

H.E. Christopher Hill, the US Ambassador to Belgrade, stated that choices must be made and that this is such a moment for Serbia. He said that there is only one way for Serbia, and that is the West and the European Union (EU).

“Unlike in the past, when in Serbia it was thought that there was a third way, that Serbia is neither East nor West, and that it is somehow special, that it goes its own way, now most Serbs think there is a right way and a wrong way and want to choose the right path,” ambassador Hill told Politika.

Ambassador Hill said that Serbia must decide whether it wants to have a self-sufficient army and buy weapons from different countries, or join the collective defense.

U.S. ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill said that Ukraine and Kosovo are two very different situations, and said that there should be no linking of what happened in Kosovo in 1999 with what is happening in Ukraine today. “When it comes to Kosovo and Serbia, they are neighboring countries. Serbs live in Kosovo and there are many things in Kosovo that are important to Serbia. Good neighbors have to solve that. The right way is the dialogue that is taking place through the EU and the negotiations in Brussels,” ambassador Hill said.

Photo: Voice of America

Related Articles

US Independence Day Celebrated

The US national holiday, Independence Day, commemorating 4 July 1776, was marked with a traditional reception at the residence of the American ambassador. On...

The US Embassy Celebrated Independence Day

The US national holiday, Independence Day, commemorating 4 July 1776, was marked with a traditional reception at the residence of the American ambassador. On...

Comment

Serbia Again In U.S. Administration’s Focus

Bilateral relations between Serbia and the U.S. are cordial, but not without their downside. Those relations are today driven by complex political issues, often...

H.E. Christopher R. Hill, U.S. Ambassador To Serbia

Focus On The Future

Looking forward, Serbia today has an important choice to make. Does it follow its path towards full European integration and realize its full economic,...

Baron Lobstein, Economic Section Chief At The U.S. Embassy In Belgrade

Businesses Seek Stability & Transparency

We still see great interest among American companies in investing and doing business in Serbia, but businesses are now naturally asking difficult questions about...

Bilateral Trade Exchange

Investments Yet To Convert Into Significant Bilateral Trade

Although trade cooperation between the U.S. and Serbia remains below the level of a billion dollars, the two countries are increasingly finding new opportunities...

Vladimir Marinković, Director Of The Serbian-American Friendship Congress

A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

Relations between Serbia and America determine the future of our country and the Western Balkans as a whole. It is a fact that Serbia...

French-Serbian Economic Cooperation

New French Investments Expected

The visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Serbia marked a turning point in the development of economic relations between the two countries. And...