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KIEV, October 28 (Itar-Tass) — No violations have been registered at overseas polling stations enabling Ukrainian citizens to vote at the country’s parliamentary elections, Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Dikusarov told a news conference on Sunday.
Ukraine opened 116 polling stations abroad.
The voting completed in China, Malaysia and Singapore and just started in the United States, Canada and Cuba.
“No incidents were registered at overseas polling stations,” he said.