In New York, at a polling station, Ukrainians sang a hymn

On the day of the election of the new president of Ukraine, Ukrainians sang the national anthem at a polling station in New York, writes News Channel 24.

Ukrainians came to vote in embroidered shirts and with blue-yellow flags.

There are 4 polling stations in the United States where Ukrainians can vote – in San Francisco, Chicago, Washington and New York.

In total, the CEC formed 101 precinct commissions in the overseas constituency and transmitted a little more than 420 thousand ballots there.

Ukrainians vote in 72 countries, and polling stations are located in the embassies and consulates of Ukraine.


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