“Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic arrives tomorrow in Zagreb (February 12). The official meeting will begin with a solemn welcome in the cabinet of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, the tet-a-tet meeting of the two presidents and the bilateral meeting of the official representatives of the two countries.
According to the Indeks, Vucic will arrive at Franjo Tudjman Airport about 10 hours, and then immediately move towards the President’s cabinet. The routes to which Aleksandar Vučić and his delegation might move on their way to Grabar Kitarović can be seen here.” (translated from Blic)
“Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday received US Ambassador Kyle Scott, the Presidency announced.
They spoke about ‘bilateral cooperation, the situation in the region, and the European path of Serbia.’
On that occasion, Scott handed Vucic a congratulatory message from US President Donald Trump on the occasion of Serbia’s upcoming Statehood Day, February 15.
‘Serbia has long been an important partner of the United States. This year marks the 100th anniversary since President Woodrow Wilson raised the flag of Serbia over the White House, which is a good opportunity to recall our longstanding and fruitful bilateral relations,’ Trump’s message is quoted as saying.” (B92)
“First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic met with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today (February 9) in Washington.
Minister Dačić stressed that the meeting was exceptionally good and stressed that the talks were dedicated to the future and bilateral relations between Serbia and the United States.
;Before the meeting, I wrote in the guestbook that I dedicate this meeting to the centenary of the US and Serbian alliances in the First World War.
This is a very important date for us this year on July 28, then it marks 100 years since the Serbian Day in the United States, on the day when Woodrow Wilson ordered the Serbian flag to stand out at the White House in recognition of Serbia’s recognition of all victims in World War I.
Since then, 100 years have passed, and that is why we want to reset our relations, to seek common interests, to look for ways in which the United States can help achieve our key goal – stability, peace in the region and solving open issues. First of all, I am thinking of an attempt to resolve the problems of Kosovo and Metohija permanently.” (translated from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia)
“Belarus and Serbia discussed the prospects for implementing joint projects in the military-technical field, Vladimir Lavrenyuk, official representative of the State Military Industrial Committee of Belarus, told BelTA.
A delegation of Serbia’s Defense Ministry was in Belarus Belarus on a visit on 7-9 February. The Serbian delegation was headed by Assistant Secretary of Defense for Material Resources Nenad Miloradovic.
The Chairman of the State Military Industrial Committee of Belarus Oleg Dvigalev met with the head of the Serbian delegation. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Defense Minister for Armament – Chief of Armament of the Armed Forces of Belarus Major General Sergei Simonenko. The parties exchanged the views on the results and prospects for implementing joint projects in the military-technical field.” (Belta)
“National Assembly Speaker Vladimir Marinkovic met in Washington with representatives of the Serbian Diaspora in the United States and the bishop of East-American Irinej.
On Friday, Marinković attended a donor dinner that was hosted by Bishop Irinej, where he talked with representatives of the church and diaspora about joint projects of the mother and the diaspora.
According to the statement, the idea was also to discuss the idea of establishing a Serbian cultural center in Washington, which would promote the cooperation of the mother and the diaspora with our church, but to strengthen relations between Serbia and the United States.
At the gathering, over 200 representatives of the diaspora from all walks of life, Prince Aleksandar and Princess Katarina Karadjordjevic, as well as Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic were present, according to the statement.” (translated from Vecernje Novosti)