Petro Poroshenko voted at the elections of the President of Ukraine

I am confident, Ukraine will win - Petro Poroshenko voted at the elections of the President of Ukraine


President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko together with his big family took part in the voting at the elections of the Head of State.

Petro Poroshenko voted at the polling station in the House of Officers in Kyiv.

Petro Poroshenko said that today he voted for the future of our country and its further progress on the path to the European Union.

“I voted for Ukraine today, just as my entire family and the absolute majority of Ukrainians,” the President said.

Petro Poroshenko stressed the importance of today’s elections. The Head of State stressed that “this is an extremely important historic vote for the non-return to the Soviet Union and the Russian Empire”. “That is why it is extremely important for Ukraine. We have invited an unprecedented number of international observers and a huge number of international media that you see. I am absolutely convinced that Ukraine will win,” the President said.

“Today, I am confident that the elections were well organized. The expression of will of the citizens will be preserved. This is an absolute condition for our movement forward. Forward, to return Ukraine to the family of European nations. Forward to our membership in the European Union and NATO. To the continuation of extremely important reforms that are absolutely vital for Ukraine. That is why these elections are so important,” the Head of State emphasized.

Petro Poroshenko also expressed the opinion that the current elections are democratic and all candidates “had a unique access to the media”. “Unfortunately, it seems to me that the opposition candidates took advantage of this in order to throw mud at everyone … But I firmly believe that Ukrainians have repeatedly demonstrated an extremely high level of responsibility in voting. I’m sure it will be so today as well,” the President noted.

He also noted that positive things happen in Ukraine every day. In particular, yesterday, as promised by the authorities, the first launch of high-speed train to Mariupol took place, connecting Mariupol with Kyiv. The Head of State also congratulated the Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Gvozdyk who gained “a brilliant victory glorifying Ukraine” in Philadelphia today.

Petro Poroshenko stressed that he would continue to do everything possible for the state’s progress, new achievements and changes. “We will do everything possible to turn Ukraine into a big country of free, prosperous and happy people. And today’s voting is a huge step in this direction. I’m sure Ukraine will win,” the President emphasized.


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