Presidential elections in Poland did not take place

Source : 112 Ukraine

Now, the Marshal of Polish Sejm has 14 days to announce a new date
10:00, 11 May 2020

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The Polish State Electoral Commission officially confirmed that the presidential elections in Poland, which were scheduled for May 10, did not take place.

The Commission claimed that in the presidential election scheduled for May 10, 2020, voters were not able to vote for candidates.

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Now, Marshal of the Polish Sejm Elzbiet Witek has 14 days to announce a new date for the presidential election.

As we reported before, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a phone talk with Poland’s President Andrzej Duda. They discussed the joint fight against coronavirus, energy security of the countries and Donbas Conflict.

“The heads of the states offered the coordination of the actions aiming for overcoming the consequences of coronavirus pandemic for the citizens of both countries. Special attention was paid to the mechanisms of emerging from quarantine and international cooperation for overcoming such challenges in the future,” the message said.

Ukraine’s President also thanked Andrzej Duda for medical equipment provided by Poland and financial aid from the European Union. Meanwhile, the Polish president highly estimated the contribution of Ukrainian aviation in the transportation of medical goods for the international fight against the pandemic.

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