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KIEV, October 27. /TASS/. The elections to the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada (parliament) have been held without incidents at foreign polling stations, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry’s press service said on Monday.
No emergencies have been reported, the press service said.
“According to information from foreign polling stations, as of 6am Moscow time the voting has ended at all, 112, polling stations. Ukrainians in San Francisco were the last to finish to vote,” the ministry said.
Slightly more than five percent have voted from 2,582 Ukrainian citizens registered as voters in the US.
As many as 112 polling stations in 72 countries have worked outside Ukraine. Most of all, or six polling stations, worked in Russia, five — in Germany and four polling stations in Italy, Poland and the US. each.