Poll: 65 percent of Germans do not rule out invasion of Russia in Ukraine

German poll
German poll

About two-thirds of the German population feared that after the Crimea Russia will continue its occupation and control further makes an Ukrainian territories.
  Passers-by on a street in Frankfurt am Main (photo from archive)
Passers-by on a street in Frankfurt am Main (photo from archive)
Approximately 65 percent of Germans surveyed research institute YouGov commissioned by information agencies dpa, believe that Moscow will continue its occupation of Ukrainian territory and sets control after the Crimea and other regions of Ukraine.
Despite these concerns, half of the German population continues to reject the idea of ​​strengthening the presence of NATO troops in Eastern Europe, as required, in particular, the Baltic countries and Poland. Only about a third of Germans polled expressed support for this idea, reported dpa.
The majority of the population of Germany, moreover, does not want their country took on more military responsibility in world politics. A similar opinion vyclovyly 57 percent. However, only 30 percent would prefer to Berlin militarily in world politics played a more active role.
As you know, on Sunday the Federal Government of Germany has decided to arming Iraq to fight the Islamist organization “Islamic state.” However, the issue of military assistance to Ukrainian law enforcement officers for their support in opposing the Donbas government in Berlin rejects this moment.

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