All 34 thousand polling stations are already equipped with webcams to monitor the vote on October 28, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said at the meeting with head of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights Election Observation Mission of Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine Audrey Glover.

"Today we have completed the technical work associated with the installation of web cameras in all 34 thousand polling stations. It was a very technically difficult and very costly procedure but it was necessary to observe how the elections are held throughout the territory of Ukraine," Azarov said.
He added that Ukraine is open to all observers, who want to track the progress of the electoral process.

According to the Prime Minister, Ukraine has already registered more than 1.200 observers from different countries and international organizations. Overall, more than 5.000 observers are expected to participate in election observation.

Azarov said that the President and the government are set to constructive cooperation with the international institutions.

"I stress again: the President and the government are extremely interested in fair and democratic elections and we are set to maximum cooperation," he said.

In turn, Audrey Glover assured the Ukrainian Prime Minister in the objectivity and impartiality of the OSCE observers.

"I would like to assure you that we will be as objective as possible. We have a task force, consisting of 20 men and 90 long-term observers, who are working throughout Ukraine. About 600, or even more short-term observers will join us closer to the election day," the head of the OSCE observation mission said.

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