According to the calculation of votes at 12 foreign polling stations, some 49.34% of electors have voted for Ukrainian presidential candidate Victor Yanukovych, compared to some 39.75% who voted for Victor Yuschenko. These data have been publicized by CEC chief Serhiy Kivalov.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, he has claimed that Oleksander Moroz has received 1.9% of the votes, Anatoliy Kinakh - 1.17%, Petro Symonenko - 1.2%, Natalia Vitrenko - 0.58%, other candidates received yet less votes.

S.Kivalov has noted that, in particular, they have counted the votes of servicemen of the Ukrainian battalion in Sierra-Leone, and also at the polling stations in Australia, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, China, Singapore, Bangkok, and Thailand.

By and large, this makes 8.94% of the Ukraine`s polling stations.
S.Kivalov has said CEC received complaints from Ukrainians in Germany and Poland, who were wiped out from voting lists.