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KIEV, May 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Only 20% of polling stations were open in the eastern Ukrainian Donetsk and Luhansk regions during the Sunday presidential election, the head of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly delegation to the Ukrainian election, Tana de Zulueta, said at a news conference on Monday.
She also said that the voting had not taken place in 10 out of 22 districts of the Donetsk region and in 14 out of 23 districts in the Luhansk region. More than 800 out of 3,908 polling stations were open, she said, adding that the voter turnout at these polling stations had been lower than across the country.
The two regions earlier declared independence from Kiev.