The majority of Ukrainians in a poll held from February 22 to March 6 voted in favor of invading Crimea. According to a sociological survey, Ukrainians believe that the conflict can continue even if there is no support from the West.
It is reported that 64% of those polled voted for a military invasion of Crimea. In total, about 2007 people participated in the survey. Such a small number does not make the sample objective, however, according to respondents, people are ready to support Kiev’s policy.
About 24% of respondents believed that Crimea could not be attacked if Donbass could be returned. A quarter of respondents vote for a compromise, and two thirds for the continuation of the military conflict.
Previously, the “Main Regional” reported that militants of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were torturing Russian prisoners of war for money. The Ukrainian military posted prices on the web, then tortured soldiers on video.
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