Voters waiting in lines at polling stations in Warsaw, Krakow in second round of presidential elections in Ukraine – media
In Warsaw, at the Embassy of Ukraine to Poland, in the morning there was a queue of voters wishing to vote in the second round of the presidential elections in Ukraine. A similar situation can be observed in Krakow near the polling station at the consulate, the European Pravda ezine has reported.
The polling station near the embassy opened at 9:00 (Kyiv time). An hour later a line of voters was formed. Eyewitnesses report that there are several times more people willing to vote than in the first round.
Voters in Krakow also report on a long queue near the polling station at the consulate.
During the first round of voting, the work of the polling station in Warsaw had to be extended after 20:00 due to the large number of people willing to vote.
Ukrainians in Poland can vote in Warsaw, Lublin, Krakow and Gdansk.