Dear brother in Christ!
I am byzantine catholic seminarian from Slovakia, but I know many priests, who are working, or used to work in Yougoslavia in the Eparchy of Krizevci (which formerly was covering also Byzantine Catholics in present day Yugoslavia), and Exarchate of Serbia and Montenegro (created in 2003), which is now the only jurisdiction for our faithful there.
In general we have to say, that our people there are mostly poor (in material aspect, definitelly not in faith), and by this situation you have so much daily troubles, that you almost do not have time to waste with high politic, and if, then only discussing it, but not making revolutions.
Vojvodina is specific part of Serbia, and it is like an multiethnic colony (Our people there were transferred there by Empress Maria Theresia in 18th century). Besides multiethnicity, there are also many religions, like Lutherans, Orthodox, Roman catholics, and also Byzanitne catholics. And in many ways, there are giving nice image how to live together.
Who loves Christ with true love, cab find him in all people, created according His image and likeness.