45 percent of Norwegians consider Russia to be a serious threat to their country

Almost half of Norwegians think that Russia and its President, Vladimir Putin, are a serious threat to their country, as shown in the results of an Ipsos poll conducted for Dagbladet, Norwegian channel TV2 reported.

In particular, 1,000 people answered the question "to what extent does Russia and its President pose a real threat to the security of Norway?" 8% of respondents answered that the threat is very significant and 37% said it is significant.

44% of respondents believe that the threat from Russia to Norway is negligible. Another 3% do not see Russia as a threat. 7% of respondents do not care about this issue.

Earlier, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, said that Russia is not a threat to NATO countries.

  Norway, Russia, Putin, NATO