A U.S. delegation, headed by the United States International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) CEO, Adam Boehler, has arrived from Pristina to Belgrade, where it will have meetings with Serbian leadership on Sept. 22.
The delegation, also including U.S. President Donald Trump’s special envoy for Kosovo and Serbia talks, Richard Grenell, was welcomed at the Belgrade international airport Nikola Tesla on the evening on Sept. 21 by Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Anthony Godfrey.
In Pristina, Boehler and Kosovo Premier Avdullah Hoti signed a Joint Statement confirming the DFC’s intention to assist in encouraging investments between the U.S. and Kosovo.
In Belgrade, Boehler and Grenell will meet with President Aleksandar Vucic and Brnabic, at Palace Serbia. After this meetings, in the afternoon, the two countries’ delegations will sign a Joint Statement with the U.S. delegation, the same signed with Pristina on Sept. 21.
While in Serbia’s capital, the U.S. delegation is also scheduled to meet with representatives of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the private sector.