For the second round of the presidential elections to be held in Turkey on May 28, ballot papers containing the votes of Turkish citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro have been sent to Turkey by diplomatic couriers.
Voting took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina on May 20-21 at the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo, the Consulate General of Mostar and Banja Luka.
The sealed bags containing the ballot papers were transported here to Turkey by diplomatic courier with the scheduled flight of Turkish Airlines (THY) at 14.25 local time.
Voting in Serbia for the second round of the presidential elections scheduled to take place in Turkey on May 28 took place on May 21 at the Turkish Embassy in Belgrade and the Consulate General in Novi Pazar.
The ballot papers used here kept in sealed bags were sent to Turkey under the control of Diplomatic Mail with a Turkish Airlines flight at 15.35 local time.
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Voting for the second round of the presidential election took place from May 20-21 at the Turkish Embassy in Podgorica, Montenegro.
In Montenegro, sealed envelopes collected in ballot boxes after the voting process were placed in diplomatic bags and sealed, and kept at the Podgorica embassy overnight.
The sealed bags were taken to the airport in the morning and sent to Turkey on a Turkish Airlines flight in Istanbul, accompanied by a diplomatic courier.
Voting procedures for voters registered in the register of foreign voters at foreign representative offices and customs, which began on May 20, continue.
According to information obtained from the YSK, 1 million 99 thousand 841 people voted in foreign representative offices and 54 thousand 1 voted in customs. The number of voters reached 1 million 153 thousand 842 voters.
Voting procedures in foreign representations will end on May 24, and will continue until May 28 at 17.00 at customs.
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