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70 percent of Serbians against NATO accession

21. April 2012. | 04:30

Source: Tanjug

One in ten respondents said they would vote yes in a referendum if asked "Are you in favor of Serbia joining NATO?", while 15 percent said they would not vote.

Around 70 percent of Serbian citizens oppose NATO accession, while only five percent have confidence in the military alliance, according to a poll by Ipsos Strategic Marketing and B92 television whose results were presented Thursday.

One in ten respondents said they would vote yes in a referendum if asked "Are you in favor of Serbia joining NATO?", while 15 percent said they would not vote.

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