As of 5 p.m. the turn out on the polling stations in Greece made 35% of the registered number, as Oleg Ivaniv, the Head of the Election Commission in Ukraine’s Embassy to Greece, said on air of 112 Ukraine.
“There are two polling stations in Greece, one in Athens, another one – in Thessaloniki. The number of the registered voters as of 8 am made 2680. People who made their choice made 35% of the registered number of the voters. In my opinion, people “got confused between two pines”, therefore we got a low number,” he said.
Today, on April 21, Ukraine votes for the President in the second round. The polling stations were opened at 8 am and will be closed at 8 pm.
The second round of the elections of the President of Ukraine kicked off in Ukraine on April 21, at 8:00 a.m. Ukraine’s polling stations opened as scheduled across the country with some minor delays, which were quickly addressed. The voting would traditionally last for 12 hours; the polls would close at 8:00 p.m.
29,982 election commissions have been created. In total, about 30.3 million people can vote. Of these, 325,600 voters changed the place of voting for the second round of elections.
As of 11 a.m., the turnout of voters in the second round of the presidential elections made 17.96%.