: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Observers to make preliminary conclusions on Ukraine elections on Monday


The preliminary conclusions of international representatives observing early parliamentary elections in Ukraine are expected on Monday.
Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Andriy Olefirov said this at a briefing on Sunday, the government portal reported.
“The preliminary conclusions by the international mission on the results of the expression of will of Ukrainians will be released on Monday,” he said.
Olefirov said that in general, the Central Election Commission had registered 2,321 international observers, including 304 observers from 21 states and 2,017 from 20 international organizations. The largest number of observers was registered from the OSCE (776), the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO) (242) and the Ukrainian World Congress (227). Among the countries that registered the most observers are Poland (112), Denmark (24) and Germany (21).
“In order to create favorable conditions for the work of international observers the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry introduced free visas for all foreign observers,” he added.

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