Survey: Majority of Croatians support NATO membership.

By bne IntelliNews April 1, 2010
Majority of the Croatians (64.6% of polled) said that they support Croatia s membership in NATO, the latest survey, conducted by the GfK agency, showed. The survey was done in order to measure the NATO support after almost a year of NATO membership.  Meanwhile, 50.2% of respondents said that the countrys international position after the joining the NATO became stronger, as well as 62.6% of Croatians believed that NATO and the admission of new members to the alliance were important for the security and stability of southeastern Europe.

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