BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — The United States’ top international development official, Samantha Power, has pledged U.S. support to Serbia and Kosovo as the two former wartime enemies work to stabilize relations at a time of heightened tensions. Power said Wednesday during a visit to Belgrade that it would “take political courage to find a durable solution, acceptable to both sides, but the support from the U.S. will be steadfast in the coming weeks as Serbia and Kosovo work to take next steps.” Power spoke after meeting Serbian officials and before she travels to Kosovo, a former Serbian province which declared independence in 2008.
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