Most Serbians would not accept NATO apology - survey

Most Serbians would not accept a NATO apology for the 1999 bombing campaign and are against their country's membership in the alliance, even though they chiefly blame the intervention on Slobodan Milosevic's policy, shows the latest survey, released by the Institute for European Affairs on Friday

24 Mart 2017 14:36

BELGRADE - Most Serbians would not accept a NATO apology for the 1999 bombing campaign and are against their country's membership in the alliance, even though they chiefly blame the intervention on Slobodan Milosevic's policy, shows the latest survey, released by the Institute for European Affairs on Friday.

Eighty-four percent of respondents - most of whom were men and people under the age of 60 - said they opposed Serbia's membership in NATO.

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