"Serbia sticks to military neutrality and does not want to become a member of NATO", Djurovic said at a meeting of a Russian-Serbian parliamentary panel on cooperation.
She referred to the latest opinion polls, which showed that only 12 percent of Serbs support the idea of their country joining the block.
Djurovic also signaled the Serbian parliament's support for Russian airstrikes on Daesh militants in Syria, but said that her country's legislature will never back "the bombing of a state where the president was legitimately elected."
"We will always be on the Syrian people's side," Djurovic said.
Earlier this year, the country's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said that Serbia has no intention of joining NATO in the near future, adding that the people of Serbia "need to be very cautious" on the issue of NATO membership "because of our past, because of 1999,",in a reference to NATO's bombing campaign in Serbia at the time.
Serbia has repeatedly affirmed its policy of military neutrality regarding NATO membership, even though the country remains a participant of NATO’s Partnership for Peace program for bilateral cooperation. In January 2015, Serbia deepened cooperation with NATO through an Individual Partnership Action Plan.