The Romanian Diaspora will have over 800 polling stations available to cast their vote in the first round of the presidential elections, which are due next week.

Vot in diasporaFoto: MAE

They will have three days available for voting - November 8-10 in the first round of elections. The second round will take place on November 22-24.

The Foreign ministry has published an interactive map with voting stations for the Romanian elections across the world.

Most of the stations will be organised in Spain - 143 of the total 835. Another 142 will be organised in Italy. Both countries have major Romanian communities.

Germany will have 79 polling stations, while the UK - 72, of which 18 are in London.