10 December 2018

Ukraine won't attend elections in Armenia

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Ukraine will not send observers to the Armenian parliamentary elections which will be held on 2nd of April.

CIS Executive Secretary Sergey Lebedev, who is head of the CIS Observation Mission, told reporters in Yerevan, RIA Novosti reported.

"All CIS countries—except for Azerbaijan and Ukraine—responded to the invitation to participate in the mission," Lebedev said.

He explained the absence of Ukrainian observers by the fact that this country withdrew from the relevant agreement on the implementation of observation missions.

2017.04.01 / 16:44
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