The National Police of Ukraine switched to an increased security mode, as the early parliamentary election in Ukraine closes in. Oleksandr Fatsevych, the Deputy Chief of the National Police said so as quoted by the authority's press office.
According to the official, 4,157 statements and appeals have been registered since the electoral campaign began.
"Most of these are the reports on illegal campaigning (2,587 facts) and bribing voters (422). This also includes 109 cases of hooliganism and 133 cases of damage to property", reads the message of the press office of the National Police.
Ballots are already being brought to polling stations, which calls for boosted security measures, Fatsevych explained.
The snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine are slated for this Sunday, July 21.