The foreign polling station in the Polish capital, Warsaw, where all day long there were huge queues, continued its work after 20 pm, local time, due to the fact that several hundred people still needed to vote.

According to eyewitness accounts, the decision to continue voting was approved by the chairman of the polling station’s commission. This is reported by Evropeiska Pravda with reference to representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora in Poland. In particular, Ukrinform‘s correspondent in Warsaw Yuriy Banahevich said on his page that about 300 people were left in the queue at the time of the planned closure of the polling station.

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