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  • The U.S. European Command donated through the U.S. Embassy Office of Defense Cooperation $10.000 to fund the purchase of 8 water tanks, specially insulated so that the water contained in them can withstand temperatures as low as -15 degrees.

    The U.S. European Command donated through the U.S. Embassy Office of Defense Cooperation $10.000 to fund the purchase of 8 water tanks, specially insulated so that the water contained in them can withstand temperatures as low as -15 degrees.

  • Following a series of death threats to the Gay Straight Alliance in Belgrade, Ambassador Kirby and EU Ambassador to Serbia Michael Davenport visited the Alliance to show support.

    Following a series of death threats to the Gay Straight Alliance in Belgrade, Ambassador Kirby and EU Ambassador to Serbia Michael Davenport visited the Alliance to show support.

  • Ambassador Kirby gave an in-depth interview to “Politika” in which he outlined the clear U.S. position:  the Russian invasion of Crimea is wrong, and Serbia must decide what is in its national interest.

    Ambassador Kirby gave an in-depth interview to “Politika” in which he outlined the clear U.S. position: the Russian invasion of Crimea is wrong, and Serbia must decide what is in its national interest.

  • The Embassy is proud to sponsor the recently opened IT Corner at Dom Omladine.  Soon, Serbians may take free classes on Mac OS, Linux software, coding, and more!

    The Embassy is proud to sponsor the recently opened IT Corner at Dom Omladine. Soon, Serbians may take free classes on Mac OS, Linux software, coding, and more!

  • U.S. conceptual artist Lynn Kirby curated the Ping-Pong exhibit, now on display at the Ambassador’s residence.  The exhibition features work by sixteen artists from the U.S., Serbia and around the world.

    U.S. conceptual artist Lynn Kirby curated the Ping-Pong exhibit, now on display at the Ambassador’s residence. The exhibition features work by sixteen artists from the U.S., Serbia and around the world.

News, Announcements, and Highlights

  • Solicitation for hotel conference/accommodation services

    The U.S. Embassy in Belgrade intends to award a fixed-price contract for hotel conference/accommodation services. If you are interested in submitting a quote, please follow the link to our solicitation page. 

  • U.S. Embassy Celebrates Earth Day

    Ambassador Michael D. Kirby and President of Savski Venac Municipalty Dušan Dinčić will join volunteers from the Red Cross, area high schools, the Embassy's Green Team, and others to clean the park and to paint newly installed benches and trash bins. 

  • Ambassador Kirby to Join Groundbreaking on New Refugee Housing in Belgrade

    Ambassador Michael D. Kirby will participate in a groundbreaking ceremony to commence construction of a social housing building in Veliki Mokri Lug. The new building will be the future home for 20 refugee and displaced families. The U.S. Embassy contributed $25,000 to support the housing project, which will be built by the Divac Foundation. 

  • Student internship opportunity

    The Public Affairs Section is seeking a Foreign National Student for the intern position within the post’s Foreign National Student Intern Program (FNSIP). 

  • Solicitation for one passenger vehicle

    The U.S. Embassy Belgrade has a requirement for a new passenger vehicle and intends to award a fixed-price contract resulting from this solicitation. 

  • Pre-solicitation Notice for construction services

    The Embassy of the United States in Belgrade will issue a solicitation for installation of government furnished equipment consisting of solar panels and differential thermostat with piping and other material at U.S. Embassy residence in Belgrade. 

  • Pre-solicitation Notice for construction services

    The Embassy of the United States in Belgrade will issue a solicitation for the removal and re-installation of new epoxy floor coating in its office and utility spaces in an area of approximately 355 square meters. 

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Human Rights Report 2013

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Toward A Transatlantic Renaissance

Partners and Programs

  • 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