MOSCOW, may 7 — RIA Novosti. The people of Ukraine think of the war in the Donbass, the main problem of the country, according to a survey by the Kiev international Institute of sociology.
More than 60 percent of respondents said the conflict in the South-East of Ukraine the most acute problem of the state, 33.5% complained about the lack of jobs, and 31.9% were dissatisfied with the level of salaries and pensions.
The study also found that three quarters of the residents of Ukraine do not support the policy of the authorities, 75.3 percent of Ukrainians believe that the leadership is leading the country in the wrong direction. Agree with the policy of the current government was only 10.4 percent of respondents.
The survey polled more than two thousand adult residents of Ukraine in all territory of the country in the period from 5 to 19 April. The statistical error does not exceed 3.3 percent.
The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko last week signed a decree on the completion of the “anti-terrorist” operation in Donbass, which lasted more than four years. Instead, the region began operation of the United forces of Ukraine. A change in the format of Kiev, legalized the use of armed force in resolving the conflict in the region in peacetime.
The Minsk agreement