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42% Georgians believe that Russia poses a threat2013-04-16 11:44
According to a survey conducted by the National Democratic Institute of the USA (NDI) in Georgia, 42% of respondents believe that Russia poses a threat to Georgia, but it is greatly exaggerated, the RBC reports. However, 26% of respondents believe that Russia is "a real and substantial threat" for Georgia, while 23% believe that the northern neighbor does not represent a threat to Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Also, according to the survey, 84% Georgians consider acceptable the return of Georgian products to the Russian market, while only 3% consider this unacceptable.
63% of Georgians support the opening of the railway communication with Russia through Abkhazia. 13% stand against this idea, the InfoRos reported.
Answering to the question "Do you like today's relations between Georgia and Russia?" 38% respondents said "yes", and 49% gave negative answer.
At the same time, 78% of respondents agree with the appointment of Paata Zakareishvili the special representative for the normalization of relations with Russia, and only 5% consider this measure unacceptable.