Shikhman* and Schatz* came to vote at a polling station in Tel Aviv

Hundreds of Russian citizens formed a kilometer-long queue near the embassy Russia in Tel Aviv, wanting to participate in the presidential elections, writes the RIAN publication.

Among those wishing to vote were some famous personalities, such as video blogger Irina Shikhman* and showman Mikhail Shats*.

According to the press service of the Russian Embassy, ​​in the first six hours, 1,543 Russian citizens took part in the elections at three polling stations in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa.

Also, before this, the embassy announced that the consular registration in Israel There are approximately 150 thousand Russians, and the real number of Russian citizens in the country is “at least twice as much.” These calculations include minors.

Earlier, the head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, said that the presidential elections in the Russian Federation should be held as cleanly as possible. More about this read the material Public News Service.

As well as wrote Public news service, BitRiver financial analyst Vladislav Antonov believes that the dynamics of the ruble exchange rate will be determined by elections and a meeting of the Central Bank on the rate.

* Individuals performing the functions of foreign agents in Russia.

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