Russian military voted ahead of time in the presidential elections in occupied Sevastopol.

Two polling stations were opened in the city for more than 500 servicemen who will not be in the occupied peninsula on March 18, on the day of the presidential elections in Russia.

The invaders claim that this is the only early voting, organized in Sevastopol. At the same time, according to Russian media, the commanders of some units asked for a vote as well.

It is worth noting, that many international organizations and politicians criticized the holding of presidential elections in Crimea. At the same time, according to the deputy head of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation, presidential elections will be held in the Crimea in "regular mode". The invaders appointed the date of the election on the day of the annexation of the Crimea - on March 18.

Earlier QHA reported that the occupiers had printed over a million ballots for elections in the Crimea.

Source: TASS