The most acceptable exit from the military conflict in the Donbass is the continuation of the negotiations and the peaceful settlement of the situation on the basis of the Minsk agreements, on the same position are 56, 8% of Ukrainians, said the head of the Department of the Kyiv international Institute of sociology Anton hrushetskyi.
Thus, according to his statement, 56, 3% of the respondents agree With the statement that any consensus With the current leadership of Russia is cheating and will not be performed, do not agree With this statement – 13, 2% of the respondents, UNIAN reports. The survey also showed that 36, 4% of respondents agree With the statement that Ukraine "can be released only by the Ukrainian army," not agreed With this – 25, 7%.
The survey was conducted From June 27 to July 9, Kyiv international Institute of sociology (KIIS). Using personal interviews were 2 thousand respondents 44 respondents living in 110 settlements in all regions of Ukraine. In Lugansk and Donetsk regions the Survey was conducted only in the territories controlled by the Ukrainian authorities. On Sunday, the DNR and LNR announced the start of a unilateral withdrawal for 3 kilometers from the line of contact arms of caliber of 100 millimeters. From LNR weapons will be given for the whole line, except Happiness. Withdrawal techniques, which continued in the first day of the week, fix and Authorized the OSCE. In addition, on the first day of the week it was declared that the Ukrainian Military will conduct artillery drills near Mariupol (Donetsk region), which will last for several days. Since mid-April last year, the Kyiv authorities are in the East of Ukraine "special operation" to suppress the protest movement in the Donbass. Refers to a large number of dead and wounded among the civilian population and the destruction of houses and infrastructure. According to the summary data of the UN, the victims of the conflict began more than 6, 4 thousand People. With fifteen February, the parties to the conflict in the Donbass declared a truce in Minsk after almost 16 hours of negotiations. However, despite the control system of the ceasefire, local clashes and shelling of settlements continues.