Half of Serbian citizens said the Russian model of society is most suitable to their country, and the overwhelming majority are against accession into NATO, has shown a recent study of the Institute of European Affairs, entitled “Serbia after Brexit – where citizens see the state”.




It is noteworthy that the smallest number of NATO supporters are among young people of 18-29 years old – 9.8%, and among the pensioners over 60 years old – 13.2%. 


Also, the survey showed that 29% of the population recognizes Crimea as part of Russia, and this opinion is shared by 59% of young people 18-29 years old.


As for the potential membership of Serbia in the European Union, 80% of respondents answered that they would not have traded the southern Serbian province of Kosovo to join the EU.