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DPRK is leader in antipathy among Ukrainians – research by Experts Club and Active Group

Active Group and Experts Club have conducted a joint study on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East. The study was presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency in June 2024. The research was presented by Maksym Urakin and Oleksandr Poznyi. The results of the study are as follows:

The results of the survey are as follows:
Completely positive – 4.1%.
Mostly positive – 5.7
Mostly negative – 16.3
Completely negative – 56.5
Difficult to answer – 17.5%.
Positive – Negative – 62.9 %.

The joint research by Active Group and Experts Club on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East was conducted in April-May 2024. It covers such countries as Turkey, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, India, China, Republic of Korea, DPRK, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, and Iraq. Full information on the research is available on the website of the Club of Experts at
https://expertsclub.eu/cpilne-doslidzhennya-kompaniyi-active-group-ta-experts-club-shhodo-stavlennya-ukrayincziv-do-krayin-shidnoyi-aziyi-ta-blyzkogo-shodu/

Video – https://interfax.com.ua/news/video/993142.html

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48% of Ukrainians have positive attitude towards Republic of Korea – study by Experts Club and Active Group

Active Group and Experts Club have conducted a joint study on the attitude of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East. The study was presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency in June 2024. The research was presented by Maksym Urakin and Oleksandr Poznyi. The results of the study are as follows:

The results of the survey are as follows:
Completely positive – 19.1%.
Mostly positive – 29.2
Mostly negative – 12.2
Completely negative – 16.3 %.
Difficult to answer – 23.2%.
Positive – Negative – 19.9

On February 10, 1992, Ukraine and South Korea established diplomatic relations.

The joint research by Active Group and Experts Club on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East was conducted in April-May 2024. It covers such countries as Turkey, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, India, China, Republic of Korea, DPRK, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, and Iraq. Full information on the research is available on the website of the Club of Experts at
https://expertsclub.eu/cpilne-doslidzhennya-kompaniyi-active-group-ta-experts-club-shhodo-stavlennya-ukrayincziv-do-krayin-shidnoyi-aziyi-ta-blyzkogo-shodu/

Video – https://interfax.com.ua/news/video/993142.html

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20% of Ukrainians have positive attitude towards China, 58% have negative attitude – study

Active Group and Experts Club have conducted a joint study on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East. The research was presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency in June 2024. The research was presented by Maksym Urakin and Oleksandr Poznyi. The results of the study are as follows:

The results of the survey are as follows:
Completely positive – 4.1%.
Mostly positive – 16.7
Mostly negative – 36.6
Completely negative – 22.2
Difficult to answer – 20.3%.
Positive – Negative – 38.0%.

On January 4, 1992, Ukraine and China established diplomatic relations.

The joint survey by Active Group and Experts Club on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards East Asia and the Middle East was conducted in April-May 2024. It covers such countries as Turkey, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, India, China, Republic of Korea, DPRK, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, and Iraq. Full information on the research is available on the website of the Club of Experts at
https://expertsclub.eu/cpilne-doslidzhennya-kompaniyi-active-group-ta-experts-club-shhodo-stavlennya-ukrayincziv-do-krayin-shidnoyi-aziyi-ta-blyzkogo-shodu/

Video – https://interfax.com.ua/news/video/993142.html

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Ukrainian Red Cross receives award from Japanese Red Cross

The Ukrainian Red Cross has received the highest award of the Japanese Red Cross for its selfless work during the full-scale aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine.

“The Ukrainian Red Cross has received the highest award of the Japanese Red Cross for the selfless work of volunteers and staff during the full-scale war in Ukraine,” the Ukrainian Red Cross reported on Facebook on Sunday.

The award was presented to Ukrainian Red Cross Director General Maksym Dotsenko during a meeting with Japanese Red Cross President Atsushi Seike in Tokyo.

Later, the Ukrainian Red Cross leaders took part in an open meeting dedicated to the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the problems and challenges faced by Ukrainians. The participants learned about the ways the Ukrainian Red Cross is helping to overcome the humanitarian crisis in the country and the long-term perspective of supporting Ukraine.

The open seminar was attended by more than 200 people, including Japanese Red Cross staff, representatives of the public sector, government and state agencies of Japan.

“In the short term, we are preparing for winter. It is going to be difficult. Today, Ukraine’s energy system is suffering significant damage due to constant missile attacks. Ukrainians are already suffering from power cuts. In winter, the load on the energy system will increase, as the population will need to be supplied with heat in addition to electricity. In the long term, our work will be focused on the mental and physical rehabilitation of civilians and veterans,” said Dotsenko at the briefing.

According to Ilya Kletskovskiy, Deputy Director General of the Ukrainian Red Cross, the main task now is “not to let the world forget about the ongoing war in Ukraine and to help as many Ukrainians as possible.”

43% of Ukrainians have positive attitude towards Armenia – Experts Club and Active Group

Active Group and Experts Club have conducted a joint study on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East. The research was presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency in June 2024. The research was presented by Maksym Urakin and Oleksandr Poznyi. The results of the study are as follows:

The results of the survey are as follows:
Completely positive – 8.4
Mostly positive – 35.2
Mostly negative – 16.5
Completely negative – 3.6
Difficult to answer – 36.3%.
Positive – Negative – 23.4

On December 25, 1991, Ukraine and Armenia established diplomatic relations.

The joint research by Active Group and Experts Club on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East was conducted in April-May 2024. It covers such countries as Turkey, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, India, China, Republic of Korea, DPRK, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, and Iraq. Full information on the research is available on the website of the Club of Experts at
https://expertsclub.eu/cpilne-doslidzhennya-kompaniyi-active-group-ta-experts-club-shhodo-stavlennya-ukrayincziv-do-krayin-shidnoyi-aziyi-ta-blyzkogo-shodu/

Video – https://interfax.com.ua/news/video/993142.html

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Georgia remains leader among countries of Caucasus and Central Asia in terms of positive attitude of Ukrainians – study

Active Group and Experts Club have conducted a joint study on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East. The research was presented at the Interfax-Ukraine news agency in June 2024. The research was presented by Maksym Urakin and Oleksandr Poznyi. The results of the study are as follows:

The results of the survey are as follows:
Completely positive – 15.3%.
Mostly positive – 46.9 %.
Mostly negative – 13.6
Completely negative – 3.6
Difficult to answer – 20.6%.
Positive – Negative – 45.0%.

On April 5, 1994, the Embassy of Ukraine in Georgia began its work, and on August 19, 1994, the Embassy of Georgia in Ukraine.

The joint research by Active Group and Experts Club on the attitudes of Ukrainians towards the countries of East Asia and the Middle East was conducted in April-May 2024. It covers such countries as Turkey, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, India, China, Republic of Korea, DPRK, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, and Iraq. Full information on the research is available on the website of the Club of Experts at

https://expertsclub.eu/cpilne-doslidzhennya-kompaniyi-active-group-ta-experts-club-shhodo-stavlennya-ukrayincziv-do-krayin-shidnoyi-aziyi-ta-blyzkogo-shodu/

Video – https://interfax.com.ua/news/video/993142.html

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