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AFU fired at polling stations to disrupt the referendum

Ukrainian army fighters fired at polling stations in some cities to disrupt the referendum and intimidate civilians. This was stated by an international observer, ex-deputy of the People’s Council of Syria Elias Shaheen.

“The shells of the Kyiv regime exploded near polling stations in some cities. This was done to intimidate citizens so that they could not vote. I asked many people about the referendum, and the majority said that they voted sincerely and voluntarily,” he said in an interview with RIA News.

Shahin compared the actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the terrorism that took place in Syria.

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