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MOSCOW, February 22 (Itar-Tass) — The information centre for Russian and foreign media will be working at Russia’s Central Elections Commission on March 4-5, spokesman of Russia’s Foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich said on Wednesday.
“The information centre will be organised at Russia’s Central Elections Commission on March 4-5,” he said. “Its main purpose is to inform on the voting and its preliminary results.”
“This centre will be receiving on-line information via the state automated system the Elections,” he continued. “The centre will provide all necessary conditions for the work of Russian and foreign media in accordance with the accreditation order.”
“The interest is very high, and we receive many applications for accreditation,” Lukashevich said. “All necessary information on the centre is available on the site of the Central Elections Commission.”
“We are in close contact with the Central Elections Commission on the work with reporters,” he added.