U.S. Ambassador Christopher Hill on March 24 extended his condolences to the families of victims of the wars of the 1990s and the families of victims of the 1999 NATO bombing.
On the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the start of the bombing of FR Yugoslavia, Hill told the Kurir daily that the people of Serbia should not forget that time but added that he believed they were strong enough to suppress their resentment.
"I know the people of Serbia cannot forget that terrible time, and they shouldn't. The people of Serbia cannot suppress their pain, but I believe they are strong enough to suppress their indignation," said Hill.
Hill went on to say he had dedicated his life to diplomacy - to finding diplomatic solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems.
He underscored that the U.S. and Serbia could build a better future together.