NEW YORK – Serbia will have an increasing number of interested US investors if it continues its successful reforms, Victoria Nuland, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, said at a meeting with Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic in New York Friday.

Nuland and Vucic met on the fringes of a UN General Assembly session to discuss all political matters significant for the Western Balkans, progress in the dialogue with Pristina and the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Vucic told Nuland Serbia wanted to improve its relations with Croatia in the future, said a statement released by the Serbian government.

Vucic thanked Nuland for her serious and responsible engagement in the Balkans.