Georgia, Tbilisi, September 30/Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia/
Some 52 polling stations will be opened in 44 cities of 37 countries for the Georgian presidential elections which will be held on October 27. The country's citizens will be able to vote for their presidential candidate in these polling stations, the Georgian CEC said on Monday.
According to unofficial data, some 1.5 million of Georgian citizens live abroad.
According to the report, most of the polling stations will be opened in Greece: four in Athens and three in Thessaloniki. Three polling stations for each will operate in Azerbaijan (Baku), the U.S. ( one in Washington and two in New York), Turkey (Ankara, Istanbul and Trabzon), as well as Ukraine ( Kiev, Odessa and Donetsk ).
Two polling stations will be opened in Spain - in Madrid and Barcelona.
One polling station for each will be opened in other countries. In particular, polling stations for the Georgian presidential elections will be opened in Vienna, Minsk, Brussels, Sofia, Berlin, Copenhagen, London, Cairo, Tallinn, Aman, Dublin, Tel Aviv, Rome, Ottawa, Nicosia, Riga, Vilnius,Kishinev, The Hague, Warsaw, Bucharest, Paris, Bratislava, Yerevan Tashkent, Budapest, Kuwait, Astana, Stockholm, Bern and Prague