The Slavic peoples of Europe, especially the Poles, Czechs, and Slovaks, are particularly cold towards Russia. The aggression of the Russians and their attitude towards Ukraine once again renewed the dark memories of the despotic Russian domination.
The same attitude towards Moscow exists in Moldova, the Baltic republics and Finland, neighboring Georgia and Azerbaijan, as well as the republics of Central Asia and Afghanistan.
That is, the countries that were once under Russian domination and those who suffered from the Russian yoke are fed up with the Kremlin’s crimes and are doing everything possible to avoid the political influence of the Russians.
The only exceptions are Armenians who, taking the hardest blows of the Russian dictatorship, are continuing to show their loyalty to Russia, blindly rejecting and dispersing all opportunities for a decent life and development in their homeland.