‘Time Magazine’ survey of internet users in Ukraine shows support for new sanctions

The Ukrainian magazine Time has published a survey of 1,600 internet users, asking them what they think about new sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United States against Russia.

The survey, which was conducted by the Ukrainian company Ukraniatel, was carried out last week.

The company is an independent publishing company based in Kiev.

In its report, Time said it found that 57% of respondents agreed with the statement “It is time to remove all sanctions against Russia” and 67% agreed with “It’s time to stop supporting the Russian regime”.

It also found that 61% of people in Ukraine support sanctions, and 74% supported the statement that “The time is right for sanctions against Russian entities”.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Wednesday that Russia must pay a price for its actions in Ukraine.

The European Union imposed sanctions against the Kremlin in March over the seizure of Crimea and the annexation of the Black Sea peninsula of Ukraine’s Black Sea resort of Sevastopol.

The US has also imposed sanctions on Russia over the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

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