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MOSCOW, December 7 (Itar-Tass) —— Moscow will not ignore violations reported by international observers at the Duma elections on December 4.
“Violations reported by observers during the elections will not be left unnoticed. They will be considered by the Russian Central Election Commission,” the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, December 7.
“At the same time, some international observer missions at the elections made impartial and disputable politicised assessments with which we cannot agree,” the ministry said.