Tbilisi. 29 November. REPORT.AZ/ The results of the voting on the second round of presidential elections held in Georgia on November 28 were announced at three polling stations established in the country's embassy to Azerbaijan.
Local Bureau of Report News Agency informs that the majority of Georgian citizens who voted in the diplomatic mission supported Grigol Vashadze, Georgia's main opposition candidate for presidency from the United National Movement.
According to the information by the Georgian Central Election Commission, the results on the three polling stations operated in Baku are as follows:
Election Commission No 4: Grigol Vashadze 96 votes, Salome Zurabishvili 13 votes.
Electoral precinct No 5: Grigol Vashadze 91, Salome Zurabishvili 16 votes.
Electoral precinct No 6:Grigol Vazadze 63, Salome Zurabishvili 12 votes.
Notably, Vashadze also won the majority of votes in three polling stations of the Georgian embassy in Azerbaijan in the first round of presidential elections held on October 28.