Thirty-six voting polling stations will be opened in Republic of Moldova for Europe Parliament elections from Romania scheduled on May 26. Romanian Ambassador Daniel Ioniță has announced this at a press conference.
The official gratefully thanked the Chisinau administration for this permission to open polling stations as well as the government support for the elections.
Accordingly, the stations will be opened in the following places: Romanian Ambassador, Romanian Consulate in Chisinau, Romanian Cultural Institute in Chisinau "Mihai Eminescu", Chisinau railway station, Gheorghe Asachi Lyceum of Chişinău, University of State Moldova and Spiru Haret High School.
Other stations will be arranged in Durleşti. Polls will also take place in Hânceşti, Ialoveni, Nisporeni, Orhei, Căuşeni, Anenii Noi, Bardar and Călăraşi, Cahul, Cantemir, Leova, Cimislia, Giurgiuleşti, Bălţi, Drochia, Edineţ, Făleşti, Floreşti, Soroca, Telenesti şi Ungheni.