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US Ambassador to Serbia


US Ambassador to Serbia. See also US Ambassador to Yugoslavia and US Ambassador to Montenegro.

10-Nov-1882 19-Sep-1884 Eugene Schuyler Resident at Athens
28-Sep-1885 24-Oct-1889 Walker Fearn Resident at Athens
28-Nov-1889 25-Aug-1892 A. Loudon Snowden Resident at Athens
29-Jun-1894 01-Aug-1897 Eben Alexander Resident at Athens
07-May-1898 27-Apr-1899 William Woodville Rockhill Resident at Athens
24-Jun-1900 02-Mar-1901 Arthur S. Hardy Resident at Athens
13-May-1901 24-Dec-1902 Charles S. Francis Resident at Athens
13-Oct-1902 13-Jul-1905 John B. Jackson Resident at Athens until 1904; Bucharest thereafter
07-May-1906 23-Jan-1907 John W. Riddle Resident at Bucharest
16-Jan-1907 04-Feb-1909 Horace G. Knowles Resident at Bucharest
03-May-1910 27-Oct-1911 John R. Carter Resident at Bucharest
16-Jan-1912 15-Oct-1913 John B. Jackson Resident at Bucharest
15-Dec-1913 17-Dec-1918 Charles J. Vopicka Resident at Bucharest
1918 1992 See US Ambassador to Yugoslavia  
May-1992 Jul-1993 Robert Rackmales Interim; US announces 21-May-1992 it does not recognize the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (comprising the republics of Serbia and Montenegro)
Jul-1993 1995 Rudolf V. Perina Interim
1995 Aug-1996 Lawrence E. Butler Interim
02-Aug-1996 23-Mar-1999 Richard M. Miles Interim; Embassy closes 24-Mar-1999 and NATO invades that evening
2000 2002 William Dale Montgomery Interim
04-Jan-2002 29-Feb-2004 William Dale Montgomery Federal Republic of Yugoslavia becomes Serbia-Montenegro in 2003
21-May-2004 Jul-2007 Michael C. Polt Serbia and Montenegro become independent Jun-2006
26-Jul-2007 -- Cameron Munter  

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