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  • Statement by the President on the Situation in Ukraine and Gaza: "Russian-backed separatists are removing bodies from the crash site, oftentimes without the care that we would normally expect from a tragedy like this."

    Statement by the President on the Situation in Ukraine and Gaza: "Russian-backed separatists are removing bodies from the crash site, oftentimes without the care that we would normally expect from a tragedy like this."

  •  President Nikolic and Ambassador Kirby visit the new archeological park displaying mammoth fossils at Viminacium.  The US helped develop the site through an Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation grant.

    President Nikolic and Ambassador Kirby visit the new archeological park displaying mammoth fossils at Viminacium. The US helped develop the site through an Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation grant.

  • Prime Minister Vucic and Ambassador Kirby announce the FAA’s decision to grant Serbia Category 1 status:  direct transatlantic flights could be possible in the second half of 2015.

    Prime Minister Vucic and Ambassador Kirby announce the FAA’s decision to grant Serbia Category 1 status: direct transatlantic flights could be possible in the second half of 2015.

  • Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration Simon Henshaw visits a collective refugee center in Krnjača.  The US Government recently donated an additional $10 million to the regional refugee housing progra

    Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration Simon Henshaw visits a collective refugee center in Krnjača. The US Government recently donated an additional $10 million to the regional refugee housing progra

  • More than 100 Serbians and Embassy volunteers clean a damaged community center in Obrenovac; the US Government has donated $2 million worth of assistance to help Serbia recover from the May floods.

    More than 100 Serbians and Embassy volunteers clean a damaged community center in Obrenovac; the US Government has donated $2 million worth of assistance to help Serbia recover from the May floods.

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2014 TIP Report

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Toward A Transatlantic Renaissance

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  • American Corners
    American Corners
    Corners promote mutual understanding between Serbia and the United States, and reinforce intercultural exchange and friendship between our peoples.
  • USAID Serbia
    USAID Serbia
    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is the United States federal government agency primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid.
  • International Academic Center
    International Academic Center
    The Center is part of the EducationUSA network and provides accurate, unbiased information concerning accredited higher educational opportunities in the United States.
  • American Councils
    American Councils
    American Councils administers a variety of cultural exchange, study abroad, and research programs on behalf of both public and private funders