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BERLIN, May 12. /TASS/. More than 70% of Germans would welcome partial or full abolition of sanctions against Russia, as follows from a Forsa opinion poll conducted at the request of German magazine Internationale Politik (International Politics).
According to the poll, 36% of German citizens would like to see the cancellation of at least some sanctions against Moscow. Another 35% said they want the elimination of all restrictive measures imposed on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine. In Germany’s eastern lands 49% of respondents are for the abolition of all sanctions.
A tiny 18% claim that the current policy of sanctions should be continued.
About one thousand German citizens participated in the poll. The key headline of the latest issue of Internationale Politik reads Understand Russia.