Greeks most sceptical of EU and US policy towards Russia, poll indicates

Photo by Amanda Graham via Flickr
Photo by Amanda Graham via Flickr

We recently highlighted the difficulties the Greek coalition was having in steering a steady course as far as its relations with Moscow are concerned. Now, a new survey has outlined to what extent Greece is an outlier within Europe on how Russia is viewed.

The 13th Transatlantic Trends survey conducted on behalf or the German Marshall Fund (GMF) indicates that Greeks have a much more favourable opinion of Russia and its role in international affairs than other Europeans who were polled.

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