Poll: Czechs consider organised crime biggest threat

Czechs perceive organized crime and terrorism the biggest threat for their country, according to a poll by the CVVM agency released on Wednesday. 65 percent of respondents consider international organised crime a large security risk, while 47 percent said they feared radical religious movements. More than a quarter of Czechs also fear Russia, which is considered to be a bigger threat than the situation in Ukraine or Iraq.

Author: Ruth Fraňková