SERBIA-MONTENEGRO: The U.S. view is that the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has dissolved, and no successor state represents its continuation. Serbia and Montenegro have asserted the formation of a joint independent state, but this entity has not been formally recognized as a state by the United States. At present, the United States has no diplomatic representation in Serbia- Montenegro. The U.S. Office in Pristina, Kosovo, was opened in 1999. Its members are not accredited to a foreign government.
Belgrade (E), American Embassy Belgrade -- U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C. 20521-5070, Tel  (11) 645-655, afterhours Tel 646-481, tie line (8) 754-0000, Fax  (11) 645-221; E ec Fax 645-332; POL/ECO Fax 646-054; PAO Fax 646-924; CON Fax 644-053; GSO Fax 645-221. Internet address: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Operations temporarily suspended).
Pristina (USOP), Dragodan – Nazim Hikmet 30, 38000 Pristina, Kosovo Province -- Pouch address: Embassy Skopje, Department of State, Washington, DC 20521-7120, Satellite phone 873 762 029 525, Fax 873 762 029 526; USAID: Dragodan – Nazim Hikmet, 38000 Pristina, Kosovo Province Tel  (38) 590 174, Fax  (38) 590438, Saturday Tel 873 761 393 321
Lawrence G. Rossin
Bernard E. Gross II
Dorothy K. Sarro
Charlie R. Chase
Col. John Pemberton
December 1999 Key Officers Table of Contents