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MOSCOW, April 14 (Itar-Tass) - The early presidential elections are passing in a calm atmosphere at the Venezuelan Embassy in Moscow, there are no problems at the embassy, the Venezuelan Embassy told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
“About 35 people voted so far. We expect that all 117 Venezuelan citizens, who are registered here, will vote,” a diplomatic source in the Venezuelan embassy said.
“Everything passes in a normal, calm atmosphere, there are no problems,” the diplomatic source said. He added that a polling station at the embassy is the only one in Russia, where the Venezuelan citizens can participate in the voting. The polling station will be open until 18:00 Moscow time.