Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic discussed Thursday with US ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill the security situation in Kosovo and stressed that Serbia is committed to the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and to finding a compromise solution, said the President’s office.
Vucic pointed out that Serbia is committed to political dialogue and to finding a compromise solution for a sustainable, safe and prosperous coexistence of Serbs and Albanians, adding that preserving peace and stability is one of Serbia’s key priorities, said the press release.
Vucic wrote on Instagram that he emphasized the importance of America’s engagement “in preventing further escalation caused by the almost daily unilateral and illegal actions of the provisional Pristina institutions,” and reiterated the necessity of forming the Community of Serb Municipalities.
The President stressed that Serbia remains committed to preserving peace and stability, but that it is also clear in defending its people and national interests.
Vucic and Hill also discussed bilateral relations and European integration, while Vucic pointed to the importance of strengthening political and economic cooperation between Serbia and the US, said the press release, adding that the two officials also talked about potential joint projects.
Ambassador Hill reiterated America’s full support for Serbia’s reform processes and European integration.