European Western Balkans

University of Belgrade students against NATO, EU membership

TANJUG_maliBELGRADE – Nearly 88 pct of University of Belgrade students believe Serbia should not join NATO, 39.7 pct said they would not vote for the country’s membership in the EU, while 50 pct believe Serbia will never become an EU member state, shows a survey on the University of Belgrade students’ views on the Serbian foreign policy, Tanjug reports.
The survey, conducted by the Centre for International Public Policy, involved 1323 students from 38 faculties of the University.

As regards Serbia’s membership in other international organisations, most students (61 pct) have no position on whether Serbia should join the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, which is accounted for by insufficient media coverage on the topic

Also, 50.8 pct of respondents described Serbia’s foreign policy as poor, while around 29 pct said it was good.

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