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Warlick: U.S. values Serbia's stance on events in Africa

02. March 2011. | 06:31

Source: Tanjug

U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick said on March 1 that the U.S. valued Serbia's stance on events in the Middle East and North Africa.

U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick said on March 1 that the U.S. valued Serbia's stance on events in the Middle East and North Africa.

"We value the voices coming from Serbia which support non-violence and peace in that region," said Warlick at the Kopaonik Business Forum.

Warlick underscored that the U.S. supported the calls for democracy and change, "which are far from over," in Africa.

She added that everyone had their own interests in that part of the world and underlined that "we are living in a time of challenges, and although many things are unknown at the moment, we will see in the future who the new people are."

The U.S. ambassador said that she hoped the changes in that region would take place in a democratic atmosphere.


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