US Ambassador to Kosovo Greg Delawie gave an interview to Kosovo Serb outlet KosSev on a trip to North Mitrovica. He said:

“‘I want to say how important it is to my country, my Embassy, that Kosovo Serbs feel at home in Kosovo. We spend a lot of time and effort trying to improve the lives of regular people and we know their challenges. We are going to keep working on challenges like implementation of the language law, justice integration, supporting the rule of law sector, diploma recognition and certainly the minority employment issue. We want to ensure that Kosovo Serbs can see their future in Kosovo. We are going to do our best to help them overcome the challenges so that everybody that wants to live here can feel at home,’ said U.S. Ambassador Greg Delawie during his visit paid to North Mitrovica. We talked to Delawie on two pressing issues: the murder of Oliver Ivanovic, which is the topic shaking the local Serbian public; and whether after three and a half year of resistance the Kosovo Parliament will finally ratify the Demarcation Agreement and with what votes. This topic is viewed as a key obstacle to the visa liberalisation for those who are Kosovan travel document holders. In his tight schedule, the interview with the American diplomat was time limited with the discussion issues agreed in advance.” (Full Interview: KosSev)