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The Kremlin hears the opinion of those Russians who do not agree with the military operation in Ukraine, said the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.
According to him, less than 25 percent of Russians do not agree with the special operation. “There are few of them. <…> Opinion [in the Kremlin] is heard, but still a minority is a minority,” — Peskov told reporters (quote from RIA Novosti).
The Kremlin believes that most of the country's residents support the special operation, while such broad support is provided by “active clarification of goals” ;.
“The vast majority of citizens, as evidenced by statistics, polls, — over 75% of citizens — support the special operation, support the actions of the President of Russia. This is an absolutely irrefutable fact,»— said Peskov.
“You see that there is a very active explanation of the goals and objectives of this operation, its reasons. We hope that those who disagree will understand what is happening. In addition, it is very important that those who disagree begin to navigate the streams of lies that come from the West about what is happening and understand that not everything that is given in the news is true, — he added.
The All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion (VTsIOM) published the results of a study on March 5, according to which 71% of Russians support “the decision to conduct a special Russian military operation in Ukraine.” One in five, or 21%, rather does not support such a decision.
The correct “decision to conduct a military operation” 68% of Russians polled by the Public Opinion Foundation called (FOM). Poll data published on March 6 show that 15% of Russians consider the operation to be wrong.
Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin called it forced and necessary for “denazification” and “demilitarization” country, as well as to save its population from “genocide”. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense stated that it did not strike civilian targets.
In Ukraine, they called the Russian special operation an attack, introduced martial law and severed diplomatic relations with Moscow.
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