Jelena Milic, NATO lobbyist and president of the Center for Euro-Atlantic studies (CEAS) based in Belgrade, Serbia, made a shocking statement during a recent roundtable discussion
The roundtable "Montenegro and neutrality" was marked by a scandalous russophobic and xenophobic statement by paid NATO lobbyist Jelena Milic, who lamented that "Russia, unfortunately, still exist."
One of the founders of the Center for Euro-Atlantic studies (CEAS) of Belgrade is the Freedom House, an organization close to the Washington establishment and well known for evaluating "levels of democracy" around the world.
According to a survey from April 2015, NATO is not welcome in both Serbia and Montenegro. Currently 80.6 % of Serbs are against NATO membership, while only 8,4% of Serbs are for joining NATO. On the other side, 61.1% favor an alliance with Russia, while 18,4% of Serbian respondents oppose it. The results are slightly different in Montenegro, but still overwhelmingly anti-NATO. According to a survey from November 2014, 57% of Montenegro citizens are against NATO membership, whereas 35% support NATO membership.
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