Most Czechs see Russia as security threat, poll
The majority of Czechs regard Russia as a security threat, suggests a poll carried out by the Median agency for Czech Radio.
The survey was conducted earlier this week, after the government said Russian agents had been behind 2014 explosions in Moravia that left two Czechs dead. Respondents assessed Russia's threat to the Czech Republic on a scale of one to 10, with the average coming to 6.4.
In addition, almost two-thirds of those surveyed said Russia's Rosatom should be excluded from a tender to build a nuclear unit in the Czech Republic. The government has already said the company will not be considered for the contract.
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