More than 6 thousand people registered to vote in Ukraine’s presidential elections scheduled for May 25, deputy head of public register service for voters Oleksandr Stelmakh announced, according to Interfax-Ukraine.
According to the report, 1483 people of those registered intend to vote in Kyiv, 800 people in Odesa region, 763 people in Nikolayev region, others in Lviv, Kherson, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv and other regions of Ukraine.
Ukraine’s presidential elections are scheduled for May 25.
Earlier, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yasenyuk announced that all citizens of Ukraine, including those who live in Crimea will be able to vote in the presidential election.
"We took this issue under special control. Ukrainian citizens who reside in the territory of the Republic of Crimea will have the opportunity and the right to vote in the presidential elections," Yatseniuk said.
Meanwhile, Mejlis member Eskender Bariyev noted, Crimean Tatars living in Crimea will be able to take part in presidential elections on border area between the peninsula and mainland Ukraine.
Crimea residents have to take Russian citizenship amid region’s annexation by Russia in March. Some Crimeans, however, refused, and still remain Ukrainian citizens.