Int'l Observers to Monitor Russian Presidential Voting in Crimea – Lawmaker

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - International observers will monitor the voting in the presidential elections in the Russian regions, including the Crimea, Konstantin Kosachev, the chairman of the Russian upper house's Foreign Affairs Committee told Sputnik Wednesday.

"International observers will go to many regions of the Russian Federation, including the Crimea," Kosachev said.

According to the Russian Central Election Commission, over 1,300 international observers will monitor the voting process on Sunday.

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