Interior Minister Arsen Avakov held a meeting with international observers from the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI) for the March 31 presidential elections in Ukraine, according to the Interior Ministry’s press service.
About 25,000 Ukrainians, who live or temporarily stay abroad, have applied to the foreign diplomatic institutions with a request to include them in the lists of voters to participate in the elections of the President of Ukraine.
Task No.1 for Ukraine is to avoid making mistakes
NATO ships will stay in the Black Sea during the elections of the President of Ukraine and the vote counting.
Socialist Party leader Oleksandr Moroz has announced he is withdrawing his candidacy from Ukraine's presidential race.
Rebecca Harms, expert for Eastern Europe and member of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, will be in Ukraine from March 28 as an election observer with a European Parliament delegation.
A total of 315,725 Ukrainians have used the right to change polling place at the presidential election in Ukraine on March 31.
More than 560 international observers have arrived in Ukraine over the past day, according to State Border Guard Service’s Spokesperson Oleh Slobodyan.
A delegation of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will travel to Ukraine from March 29 to April 1 to observe the Ukrainian presidential election.
Kyiv, Ukraine – The National Democratic Institute (NDI) announced today the arrival of a high-level international delegation to observe the March 31 presidential election in Ukraine. The 32-member delegation includes representatives from nine countries and has been accredited by the Central Election Commission. The delegation will issue a preliminary statement of its findings at a press conference scheduled for April 1.
The candidates for the position of the President of Ukraine have officially spent UAH 1.273 billion on their election campaigns.
The Kremlin has a plan to disrupt the presidential elections in Ukraine and turn them into an internal conflict.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko assures that he will take all measures to ensure a transparent electoral process, which Ukrainians would trust.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) has registered 324 more official observers from foreign countries for the presidential election in Ukraine scheduled for March 31, 2019.