Croatian nationals living in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be able to cast their ballots at the 22 December presidential election at 44 polling stations in Bosnia, the Croatian embassy in Sarajevo said on Thursday.
The polling stations will be set up on the compounds of the embassy and consulates.
The highest number of polling stations, 19, will be set up on the compounds of the consulate-general in Mostar.
As many as 10 polling stations will be opened in Vitez, central Bosnia, where the Croatian consulate will again serve as a polling place.
In the capital city of Sarajevo, Croatians will be able to cast their ballots at six polling stations.
In the southwestern town of Livno, there will be four and in the northeastern city of Tuzla three polling stations for the Croatian presidential vote.
In Banja Luka, two polling stations will be set up.
Croatian citizens with permanent residence in Bosnia and Herzegovina are eligible to cast their ballots at those places.
Also, Croatians with permanent residence in Croatia, who happen to be in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the election day, are eligible to vote in Bosnia and Herzegovina, provided they have the necessary documents enabling them to vote outside of the place of their permanent residence.