Foreign Research Policy Institute studies Russian aggression's influence on Ukraine's neighbors

Source : 112 Ukraine

The researchers face threats of Polish far-right activists; the study shows that there's a direct connection between Russian hybrid aggression and the territorial claims of Poland, Russia and Romania
22:48, 24 January 2019

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Foreign Research Policy Institute has begun the implementation of a survey that focuses on Russian hybrid aggression in Ukraine. Ordered by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, the research aims to look into the national factor as the tool for bringing the territorial claims of Poland, Russia and Romania to life. 

At that, the staff of the Institute stated that they face threats by the representatives of various far-right groups in Poland, specifically from Narodowe Odrodzenie Polski (National Rebirth of Poland, - 112 International). This is even more disturbing given the fact that the study is funded under the support of the European Neighborhood Policy program.

'The Polish embassy in Ukraine sent us clear signals about 'the path to the EU for a state that follows the neo-Banderite ideology being closed', reads the message.  

Despite the said difficulties, the researchers express their gratitude to all those who care, especially the international organizations that support this activity.

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