The voting process, which was held under security measures at the ballot boxes set up in the Turkish Embassy in Tokyo and the Consulate General in Nagoya, ended on the third day at 21.00 local time.
Turkey’s Ambassador to Tokyo Korkut Güngen and Turkey’s Consul General to Nagoya Umut Lütfi Öztürk made a statement on the subject.
Ambassador Güngen stated that the voting processes on 5, 6 and 7 May ended without incident and that the ballot papers will be sent to Turkey on the specified date.
Consul General Öztürk also expressed that Turkish citizens are exercising their democratic rights without any problems and that the voting process came to an end in a good way, and conveyed his thanks to those who took part in the ballot box committees.
It is planned that the ballot papers in Japan will be delivered to the Supreme Election Council (YSK) by diplomatic courier, transported to Turkey by air on the date determined by the Tokyo Embassy.