Students of the gymnasium named after Petr Negosh in the city of Danilovgrad by street action reminded that exactly 18 years ago took place NATO aggression against Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro). They stretched the banner with the rhetorical question “Why are your aiming at our children?” And under the fires performed a famous Serbian patriotic song.
Last year, students of the same institution staged a flash mob with sirens of air alarm and paper airplanes right in the school building. The action gained support from peers, who became its casual witnesses. The Ministry of Education was going to punish adolescents, but under pressure from the public gave up on this idea.
Danilovgrad is the first city of Yugoslavia which was bombed by NATO on March 24, 1999. A young Serbian soldier died then.