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Serbia - Relations with U.S. (Notes)


U.S.-SERBIA RELATIONS
At the outset of hostilities between NATO and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the spring of 1999, the United States and the F.R.Y. severed diplomatic relations. In response to the events of October 2000, the following month the United States reestablished a diplomatic presence. The U.S. Embassy formally reopened in May 2001. The Serbia Embassy in Washington and the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade have reestablished bilateral relations and provide a full range of consular services. Serbia currently enjoys good diplomatic relations with all of its neighbors.

Principal U.S. Embassy Officials
Ambassador--Cameron Munter
Deputy Chief of Mission--Jennifer Brush
Public Affairs Counselor--Rian Harris (acting)
Political Counselor--Nancy Cohen
Economic Counselor--Troy Pederson
Consul General--Carolyn Gorman
Defense Attache--Lt. Col. Eric Von Tersch
Foreign Commercial Service--Cameron Werker
USAID--Michael Harvey
Management Officer--Thatcher Scharpf

U.S. Office Pristina (Kosovo)
Chief of Mission--Tina Kaidanow
Deputy Chief of Mission--Alexander Laskaris
Political-Economic Section Chief--Thomas Yazdgerdi
Public Affairs Officer--Larry Corwin
Defense Attache--Col. James Playford
USAID--Ken Yamashita
Management Officer--Robert Ruehle

The U.S. Embassy in Serbia is located at Kneza Milo?a 50, 11000 Belgrade (tel. 381-11-361-9344).


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