Moscow, February 25 – Most Germans think the German government should be more active in promoting peace talks between Russia and Ukraine, according to a survey by the Civey Sociology Institute for Spiegel magazine.
According to the survey results, 63% of Germans support greater commitment to the negotiations in Berlin. At the same time, 21% of the respondents oppose the government’s promotion of the idea of peace negotiations.
At the same time, 42% of respondents believe that the goal of negotiations for Ukraine should be a return to the 2014 borders, when Crimea was reunited with Russia. Another 33% believe that Ukraine should insist on returning to the borders that were before the start of the Russian special operation, and 17% support territorial concessions from Kiev.
One in five (22%) agree with the statement that Ukraine should “stop defending itself in order to end the war as soon as possible”.
The survey was conducted this week and involved about 5 thousand respondents. No data was provided on the expected error.