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DC Passport May 4. 2013.
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Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Mr.Ivica Dacic will be visiting Washington, February 5-7
Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Mr.Ivica Dacic will be visiting Washington, February 5-7, where he will have official meetings wiht American counterparts. He will also attend Prayer Breakfast. During his stay in Washington, Prime Minister Dacic will meet with deputy Secretary of State W.Burns and FBI director R.Muller, as well as the US House and Senate representatives.

Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ms. Ljubica Vasić will attend the traditional Prayer Breakfast in Washington on 7 February 2013.
Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ms. Ljubica Vasić will attend the traditional Prayer Breakfast in Washington on 7 February 2013.

During her stay in Washington, Assistant Foreign Minister Vasić will meet with members of the US Administration, Congress and the non-governmental sector in order to discuss the development of the relations between the Republic of Serbia and the United States, Serbia's European integration process and its further steps towards that end.


Serbian officials meet US Secretary of State Hilary Rodham Clinton and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton
Serbian officials meet US Secretary of State Hilary Rodham Clinton and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton



Belgrade, 30 Oct 2012 – President of the Republic of Serbia Tomisilav Nikolić and Prime Minister Ivica Dačić met with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton on October 30,2012. High officials discussed continuation and acceleration of Serbia's EU integration and fulfillment of criteria for acquiring a date for the launch of negotiations.

At a joint news conference with Clinton and Ashton, held at the Palace of Serbia after the meeting, PM Dačić said that the talks addressed the topics of vital importance for Serbia.

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Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ms. Ljubica Vasić will attend the traditional Prayer Breakfast in Washington on 7 February 2013.
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