In the wake of two recent mass shootings in Serbia, one in a school that resulted in the violent deaths of 17 people, wounding 21 people, with children being among its many victims. Relatedly, also read this May 6 story in PBS.org Newshour titled, "Funeral held in Serbia for Several Victims of Two Mass Shootings."
Something they thought not possible in their own country, the country has woken up to their "gun problem," evidenced, in part, by high gun ownership and unconscionable, unexpected recent gun violence. Serbian protestors are addressing state policy, as well as violent, reality TV as unacceptable.
The graph below tells the story of gun ownership that correlates to gun violence, generally. Look at how the U.S. stacks up against other countries on the Switzerland-based, "Small Arms Survey." It's eye opening to see how the U.S. outpaces, by far, every other country with Serbian officials clearly trying to exploit this evidence as a problem of "Western values," that protestors, marching in the streets, are not buying. Rather, they decry the "values" imposed upon them by their own government.