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Assistant Secretary Fried testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, March 12, 2008. [State Dept. photo]"For the past 15 years, three U.S. administrations have sought to stabilize the region and facilitate its post-communist transition, investing significant diplomatic capital and assistance funds. Three American Presidents—Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush—articulated and advanced the strategic objective of helping Europe become whole, free, and at peace." -- Assistant Secretary Fried, Testimony Before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, March 12, 2008

 

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Montenegro
Montenegro signs NATO's PfP Status of Forces Agreement. Full Text

Adriatic Charter Expands to Include New Countries
Press statement issued by the U.S. Mission to the OSCE. Full Text | Fact Sheet

The Future for Macedonia
Assistant Secretary Fried spoke with Macedonian journalists. Full Text

Macedonia, Montenegro and Portugal: Recognition of Kosovo Independence
The United States welcomed and commended the decisions by Macedonia and Montenegro to recognize their neighbor Kosovo as a sovereign country. Full Text

The Kosovo/International Court of Justice Resolution
Statement by Ambassador Rosemary DiCarlo, U.S. Alternate Representative for Special Political Affairs, in the General Assembly. Full Text

Adriatic Charter
Statement on invitation to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to join Adriatic Charter. Full Text

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