The head of the Central election Commission of Russia Vladimir Churov paid homage to Ukrainian counterpart Mykhailo Okhendovsky with a state award and said that he could hold elections in the harshest conditions.
Okhendovsky, head of the Ukrainian Central election Commission since the summer of 2013, early in the week received the order of Yaroslav the Wise V degree. At the time of his work at the head of the Commission occurred after the first change of power in Ukraine's parliamentary and presidential elections.
"I wish to congratulate his Ukrainian counterpart, the head of the election Commission of Ukraine, which in the harshest conditions somehow managed to spend a few election campaigns and was awarded the order of the current Ukrainian authorities," - said Churov aired by IRIB on Wednesday.
according to his statement, to the current Ukrainian authorities are different, but the stations received the award deservedly." He managed somehow to build in very severe conditions of the election campaign and though somehow to help shape the power that they have, " said the head of the CEC of Russia.
He believes that the Ukrainian elections "is an improvement were better organized than the American" - "worse than the U.S. elections from the standpoint of the organization, from the perspective of democracy, openness, honesty and transparency has nothing," said the supervisor.