Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met in New York with US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Elisabeth Millard.

Millard again raised the issues and asked the Serbian president for explanations concerning the burning of the US embassy in Belgrade and the murder of the Bytyqi brothers.

A statement from the Vucic’s press service said that it was mutually established that the development of bilateral relations has a positive trend.

“President Vucic emphasized that the foreign policy priorities of the Republic of Serbia remain European integrations, regional stability and dialogue with Pristina in order to find a long-term solution, which would not be at the expense of Serbia and which both sides would be equally satisfied or dissatisfied.”

He also spoke about the results of economic reforms, as well as Serbia’s efforts to attract an even larger number of US investors, the statement said.

Millard said that the United States fully supports the European path of Serbia and emphasized that they are ready to help Serbia in that direction.

“She assessed that the role of Serbia in the region is positive and constructive, and that Washington finds it important to preserve and improve stability, thus creating favorable conditions for the arrival of foreign investors,” the statement concluded.