YEREVAN. – A total of 10.3% of the respondents assessed rather negatively, and 36.8%—absolutely negatively, the decision of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to send Armenian servicemen to Kazakhstan recently as part of the CSTO peacekeeping mission. Aram Navasardyan, director of the Gallup International Association in Armenia, told about this at a press conference Friday, presenting the results of a recent telephonic survey they conducted with the residents of Armenia.
Navasardyan added that 11.2% of the respondents assessed as completely positively, 18.8%—rather positive, and 22.8% could not answer the respective survey question.
The aforesaid telephonic survey was conducted with 800 residents of Armenia, and from January 24 to February 2.
One hundred servicemen from the Armenian Armed Forces were sent to Kazakhstan in January, and as part of the CSTO peacekeeping mission.