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Ukrainian political parties to impede Russian elections in Ukraine

Russia intends to set four polling stations in Ukraine
14:40, 8 March 2018

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Nationalists promise to block Russian presidential elections in Ukraine on March 18, 2018. This is said in the joint statement of Ukrainian political parties Svoboda, Right Sector and National Corps.

They stress that Russia intends to establish polling stations in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa and Lviv, where Russia has diplomatic representations.

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“Ukrainian nationalists consider it unacceptable regarding the common sense and morality. Because Kremlin will hold presidential elections in annexed Crimea and occupied Donbas. This is why Ukrainian nationalists will impede a peaceful voting for the president of Moscovia on the territory of Ukraine,” the statement says.

Political parties intend to block polling stations and form “corridor of shame” for voters – Russian citizens.

As we reported earlier, Russian presidential elections will be held on March 18 – the fourth anniversary of illegal occupation of Crimea. There are eight candidates, including the current president of the state.

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