Turkish citizens residing in Kosovo and Serbia went to the polls in the second round of the presidential elections scheduled for May 28 in Turkey.
And Turkish citizens residing in Kosovo went to the polls in the second round of the presidential elections scheduled to be held in Turkey on May 28.
Voters registered in the Overseas Electoral Register started casting their ballots at the polls which were set up at the Pristina Turkish Embassy and Consulate General in Prizren at 08:00 local time.
According to data from the Supreme Council for Elections, there were 2,192 voters across the country, with a turnout of 48.54 percent in the first round of elections.
Citizens will be able to cast their ballots at the polls which were set up at the Turkish Embassy of Pristina and the Consulate General of Prizren until 22:00 local time.
Turkish citizens living in the western Balkan country of Serbia went to the polls in the second round of the presidential elections scheduled to be held in Turkey on May 28.
Long lines formed during the voting process, which began at 08:00 local time at the Turkish Embassy in Belgrade and the Consulate General in Novi Pazar.
Voting will end in Serbia at 22:00 local time.
In the first round of elections, 50% of registered voters in Serbia voted.
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