With the opening of ballot boxes at the Syrian consulates in Sydney and Melbourne, Syrians living abroad began casting their votes in the Presidential elections.
Dr. Maher Dabbagh, the Honorary Consul of Syria in Sydney, told SANA that the consulate in Sydney and its Melbourne office have opened their doors to Syrians living in Australia who have already registered to vote in the presidential elections.
In Melbourne, Abdullah al-Tawil, the Deputy Honorary Consul in Sydney, confirmed in a statement that the consulate office in Melbourne opened its doors at 7 a.m. local time for Syrians voting in the presidential elections, as the consulate had completed all required arrangements and equipment for the election process in Melbourne.
Meanwhile, the Syrian Embassy in Tokyo has opened ballot boxes for Syrians living in Japan to vote in the Syrian Arab Republic’s presidential election.
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 living in Indonesia are also voting in the presidential elections in Syria in 2021.
Ballot boxes have been opened in Iran for Syrians living there to vote in the elections.
The Syrian Embassy in Muscat also provides ballot boxes for Syrians living in the Sultanate of Oman to vote in the presidential elections in 2021.
Syrians in Lebanon are currently waiting for the Syrian Embassy in Beirut to open in order to vote in the Syrian Presidential elections in 2021.