Zelensky casts his ballot in presidential elections of Ukraine
Presidential candidate, showman Volodymyr Zelensky has voted in the second round in the presidential elections of Ukraine. He is convinced that democracy will win at election and promised to give a press conference.
Zelensky came to the polling station with his wife. He congratulated the journalists waiting for him at the polling station, on Palm Sunday, and wished good mood, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported.
"Today, there definitely will be a victory for the Ukrainians, a victory for Ukraine ... we have united Ukraine," said Zelensky, promising that after the announcement of the results, he will hold a briefing.
"All will be fine. We will do it together," he said.
Kvartal 95 studio artistic director Volodymyr Zelensky, nominated by the Servant of the People party, and incumbent President Petro Poroshenko, elected in 2014, are running in the second-round run-off on Sunday.
Voter turnout in the March 31 first round of the presidential election stood at 63.52%.