Russian presidential elections : Voting continues in several embassies and representations around the world Russian presidential elections : Voting continues in several embassies and representations around the world

Russian presidential elections : Voting continues in several embassies and representations around the world

Russian presidential elections : Voting continues in several embassies and representations around the world

There is a widespread demand among Russian citizens to participate in elections in centers in foreign countries

The Russian presidential elections have entered their third and final day, as voting continues in Russia and the country's embassies and representations around the world, despite attempts by unfriendly countries to obstruct it on their lands.

The Russian presidential elections are expected to increase the voter turnout today, Sunday, March 17, 2024, with the continued opening of electoral centers in many Russian embassies around the world.

As of 10:10 p.m. yesterday, Saturday, Moscow time, the voting percentage, according to the Central Election Commission, had reached 58.74%.

Thailand -

In Thailand, election centers witnessed citizens lining up to vote, while the Russian embassy in Bangkok was working at full capacity to facilitate voting.

The Russian Embassy in the capital, Bangkok, is at full capacity.

China -

A long line of citizens lined up in front of the Russian Embassy in Beijing to vote, and Russian Ambassador Igor Morgulov indicated that this high activity reflects an understanding of the importance of this stage.

Tajikistan -

In Tajikistan, 6 polling centers were opened at 08:00 local time (06.00 Moscow time) to vote in the Russian presidential elections , including a center in the building of the consular department of the Russian embassy.

In addition to another site on the territory of the Russian Consulate General in Khujand, and 4 centers for military personnel at Military Base No. 201 and their family members in Dushanbe and Bakhtar. Since December 2023, 17.5 thousand Russians have been registered at the Russian Embassy in Tajikistan.

Uzbekistan -

Two centers were opened on the territory of the republic at the embassy in Tashkent, and at the Zilul Bakst Hotel in Samarkand.

Armenia -

Voting is taking place in 5 polling stations, and the Russian ambassador to Yerevan, Sergei Kuperkin, confirmed that "it is pleasing that Russian citizens have turned out to vote since the early morning in Armenia."

A video about the conduct of the elections in Armenia showed a long line of Russian voters in front of a polling station.

It is noteworthy that a large number of Armenian citizens hold Russian citizenship, and the vote also coincides with the beginning of the influx of Russian tourists to Armenia.

India -

Polling stations opened on Sunday in the Indian capital, New Delhi, and in 4 other Indian cities.

Voting centers were opened at the headquarters of the Russian Trade Mission in New Delhi, the Russian Consulate General in Mumbai, the office of the Russian Honorary Consul in the city of Panaji in Goan, the Russian Consulate General in Calcutta, and the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Chennai.

Voting in India will take place from 08:00 to 20:00 local time (5:30 - 17:30 Moscow time).

Tokyo - Japan  -

Russian citizens lined up to cast their votes in front of the polling station at the Russian Embassy in Japan.

More than 70 people stood in front of the entrance to the Russian diplomatic mission, while 15 others waited in front of polling station No. 8367.

South Korea - Seoul  -

Polling stations opened today, Sunday, at the Russian Embassy in Seoul and at the Consulate General in Busan from 08:00 to 20:00 (2:00 - 14:00 Moscow time).

Kyrgyzstan -

4 polling stations were opened. The press office of the Russian Embassy in Bishkek stated on Sunday: “All polling stations opened their doors at 8:00 (5:00 Moscow time) and will receive voters until 20:00 (17:00 Moscow time).

Thailand -

Polling stations in Bangkok and the tourist island of Phuket opened at 08.00 (04.00 Moscow time).

Turkmenistan -

Voting began today, Sunday, at 8:00 (6.00 Moscow time) in 5 cities.

Polling stations were opened in the Education, Science and Culture Department of the diplomatic mission in the capital, Ashgabat, in the cultural center of Lebap State in the city of Turkmenabad, in the mayor’s office building in the city of Mary, in the city hall building in the city of Dashoguz, and in the Russian consulate in the city of Turkmenbashi.

It is noteworthy that the Russian Election Commission apologized to Russian voters around the world for not allowing them to vote remotely through the e-government portal for security reasons.

The committee announced that the Russian electronic voting system was subjected to fierce cyber attacks from Ukraine, North America and Europe, noting the failure of all attempts by unfriendly countries to influence the conduct of the elections.

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  1. The Russian presidential elections are expected to increase the voter turnout today, Sunday, March 17, 2024, with the continued opening of electoral centers in many Russian embassies around the world.

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