Capitals- Syrians abroad started to cast their votes to the Presidential elections with the opening of the ballot boxes at the Syrian consulates in the two Australian cities of Sydney and Melbourne.
Speaking to SANA correspondent, the Honorary Consul of Syria in Sydney, Dr.Maher Dabbagh , said that the consulate in Sydney and its office in Melbourne have opened their doors before the Syrians residing in Australia and who have already registered at the electoral lists to participate in the Presidential elections.
In Melbourne, Deputy honorary Consul in Sydney, Abdullah al-Tawil, affirmed in a statement that the consulate office in Melbourne opened its doors at 7 a.m. according to the Australian time for Syrians participating in the Presidential elections, as the consulate completed all preparations and necessary equipment for the election process in Melbourne.
Meanwhile, the Syrian Embassy in Tokyo also opened ballot boxes for Syrians residing in Japan to cast their votes in the Presidential election of the Syrian Arab Republic.
The Syrian Embassy in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia also opened ballot boxes for Syrians to cast their ballots in the 2021 presidential elections.
In the same context ,The Syrian Embassy in Beijing opened ballot boxes for Syrians residing in China to cast their votes in the presidential elections.
Ballot boxes were also opened for Syrians residing in India to cast their ballots in the Presidential elections.
Meanwhile ,ballot boxes at the Syrian Embassy in Islamabad were opened for Syrians residing in Pakistan to cast their votes in the Presidential elections.
Syrians residing in Indonesia are also casting their votes in the 2021 Syrian presidential elections.
Ballot boxes in Iran were opened for Syrians residing there to cast their ballots in the elections.
Syrian Embassy in Muscat also opens ballot boxes for Syrians residing in Sultanate of Oman to cast their votes in the 2021 Presidential elections
For time being, Syrians residing in Lebanon are awaiting the Syrian Embassy in Beirut to open to cast their ballots in the 2021 Syrian Presidential elections.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)