The attitude of Ukrainians towards deployment of peacekeeping forces in Donbas has changed compared to last year. Now this idea is supported by 58% of respondents.
Such results of the poll were presented by Maria Zolkina, the political analyst of the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation at a briefing in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"The attitude of Ukrainians towards the issue of deployment of peacekeepers has changed compared to last autumn. Currently, 58% of Ukrainians have a positive attitude to this prospect, while 21% have a negative attitude. There is a slight rise in a positive attitude compared to the last year - 5-6%," she said.
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At the same time, Zolkina noted that the views of Donbas residents about the idea of deployment of an international contingent in the territory of Donbas had also changed.
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"Only 16% supported this idea and 68% opposed it last year. Now, already 39% support deployment and 36% oppose," the political analyst said.