Syrians abroad participate in presidential elections with the opening of ballot boxes

Capitals, SANA- Syrians abroad started to cast their votes in the presidential elections with the opening of the ballot boxes at the Syrian embassies and consulates in many countries across the world.

Syrians residing in Cuba,  Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina started to cast their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic.

In Madrid, the Syrian Embassy opened ballot boxes for Syrians residing in Spain to cast their votes in the Presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic.

Charge d’ affaires of the Syrian Embassy in Spain Samir al-Kassir said that the Syrian Embassy opened its door for the Syrians at 07:00 o’clock local time and welcomed them as they casted their votes in the presidential elections to practice their electoral right .

The Syrians in Spain expressed their solidarity and support to their homeland, al-Kassir added.

The Syrians residing in Belarus and Cypress started to cast their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic.

Syria’s Ambassador in Belarus Mohammad al-Omrani said in a statement that the voting process in the Syrian Embassy in Minsk started for the Syrians residing in Belarus and the neighboring countries.

Al-Omrani added that the voting will last till 07:00 p.m. local time.

Syrians residing in Iran casted their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic as the Syrian Embassy in Tehran opened the ballot boxes at 07:00 o’clock local time.

Syria’s ambassador to Iran Shafiq Dayoub told SANA reporter in a statement that the day of the election is an opportunity for Syria and the Syrians, pointing out to the big efforts exerted in adopting the appropriate and needed procedures to facilitate the elections process for the Syrian citizens smoothly and transparently.

In Moscow, the Syrians residing in Federal Russia and the students started to cast their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic in the Syrian Embassy in Moscow which opened its doors at 07:00 o’clock a.m.  local times.

In Sudan, the Syrian Embassy in Khartoum opened the ballot boxes for the Syria’s residing in Sudan to participate in the presidential elections.

In Prague, the Syria’s residing in the Czech Republic started to cast their votes in the Syrian Embassy in Prague at 07:00 o’clock  local time.

Acting Charge d’ affaires of the Syrian Embassy in Prague Amira Qarawani told SANA reporter in a statement that the election process is being held smoothly and transparently.

In the French Capital of Paris, the Syrian Embassy opened its doors for the Syrians residing in France to cast their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab Republic.

In Egypt, the Syrian Embassy in Cairo opened its doors for the Syrians to cast their votes in the presidential elections.

In the Austrian capital city of Vienna, the Syrian Embassy opened the ballot boxes for the Syrians residing in Austria to cast their votes in the Presidential elections.

The Syrian Ambassador in Vienna Hassan Khaddour said that the election process started at 07:00 o’clock at the Syrian Embassy headquarters in Vienna, indicating that all measures and procedures for the elections have been adopted.

In Hungary, the Syrians residing there headed to Austria to cast their votes in the presidential elections at the Syrian Embassy’s headquarters in Vienna.

In Serbia, the voting process started at 07:00 o’clock  local time at the Syrian Embassy in Belgrade as the Syrians residing in Serbia started to cast their votes or the presidential elections.

In Jordan, the Syrian Embassy in Amman opened the ballot boxes for the Syrians residing in Jordan to cast their votes in the Presidential elections.

In Baghdad, the Syrian Embassy opened the ballot boxes for the Syrians residing in Iraq to cast their votes in the presidential elections.

Syria’s Ambassador in Baghdad Sattam Jadaan Al-Dandah told SANA reporter in Baghdad that the wide participation of the Syrians in the presidential elections send a message to the world that the Syrian citizens are keen on emphasizing their belonging to their homeland, practice his constitutional right in the framework of maintaining the national will and the independent national decision.

The Syrian Embassy in Algiers opened  the ballot boxes for the Syrians residing in Algeria to cast their votes in the presidential elections of the Syrian Arab republic.

The Syrian Embassy in Sweden opened the ballot boxes for the Syrians residing in Sweden to cast their votes in the presidential elections.

Charge d’ affaires of the Syrian Embassy in Stockholm  Tamim Malko   said in a statement that all necessary measures and facilitations to hold the presidential elections in best way have been taken, particularly the measures adopted to address the coronavirus.

Syrians residing in Belgium started to cast their votes in the presidential elections after the Syrian Embassy in Brussels opened the ballot boxes for the elections of the presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic.

Syrians residing in Armenia cast their votes in the presidential elections at the headquarters of the Syrian embassy in the capital city of Yerevan.

Syria’s ambassador in Armenia Mohammad Haj Ibrahim said in a statement that the election process started at 07;00 o’clock  local time, asserting that the Syrian people proved through their participation in the presidential elections that only the Syrian people who have the right to determine the future of their country and that any pressures can’t dissuade them from expressing their will

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