A full-fledged ballot station will open in India’s resort state of Goa for the first time for Russians who are willing to cast their votes at the March 18 presidential election, Russian Ambassador to New Delhi Nikolai Kudashev said on Monday, TASS reports.
All Russian diplomatic missions in India will take part in organizing this vote: this is the embassy in New Delhi and also consulates-general in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. The ballot stations will open for our citizens in these four cities and also the fifth full-fledged voting station will be in Panaji (in the state of Goa) - for the first time in a place that is especially popular among our tourists. All Russian holiday-makers will be able to make their contribution to choosing our country’s future," Kudashev said
Earlier, Goa had held the voting outside the voting premises.