Tajik MP to monitor Armenian presidential polls

Tajik MP to monitor Armenian presidential polls

PanARMENIAN.Net - Chairperson of Tajikistan’s Parliament Lower Chamber Committee on agriculture and environment Saidi Yokubzod will monitor Armenian presidential elections as part of CIS observer mission.

He will arrive in Armenia in mid-February.

CIS observer group comprises deputy head of Tajikistan’s Central Election Commission (CEC) Saidboy Zokirov and CEC representative Nurullo Mahmadulloev, Asia-Plus radio reported.

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