The presidential election in Ukraine will be democracy test for the country, said the head of the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO), Zlatko Vujovic.
“The mission consists of 10 core team members, 48 long-term observers and 158 short-term observers who will go to the oblasts,” said Vujovic.
The ENEMO Chairman recalled that the organization has already been observing elections in Ukraine for the 11th time since 2004, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“All this time we have been here to support the democratization of Ukraine. ENEMO has a reputation of impartial and professional observers. ENEMO has a huge network of activists, human rights defenders and dissidents who are fighting for life, freedom and democracy,” said Vujovic.
“This is a historic moment for Ukraine – the second presidential election after Euromaidan in 2014. These elections will be a democratic test for further consolidation of Ukraine,” stressed the head of ENEMO.
As The Journalist reported, Poroshenko commented on bill of State Duma of RF on non-recognition of results of presidential elections in Ukraine.