Nearly 3.8 thousand international official observers will monitor the parliamentary elections in Ukraine.

At today's meeting, the Central Election Commission (CEC) has completed the registration of international observers, ForUm correspondent reports.

In particular, on Monday, the CEC registered 666 observers including two observers from Iran, five from China, four from Denmark, six from Bulgaria, three from Moldova and one from Russia.

In addition, the CEC registered sixobservers from the Interparliamentary Assembly of the CIS countries, 46 from PACE, 103 from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, 30 from CIS-EMO, 92 from the Ukrainian World Congress, five from the Foundation development of civil society "Public diplomacy", four from the Association of the States General of Europe – the European student Forum, three from the Foundation "For free elections", 111 from the Committee "For open democracy", three from the European democratic students and 242 from the International Union of civil organizations "International Union of Komsomol Organizations - the All-Union Lenin Communist Youth Union".

Thus, the total number of observers amounts to 3797 from 28 countries and 35 international organizations.


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