Pro-EU candidate Maia Sandu won the second round of the presidential elections in Moldova after processing 100% of protocols from all polling stations.
Opposition candidate, leader of the Party of Action and Solidarity, Maia Sandu, received 57.75% votes. The incumbent President Igor Dodon was supported by 42.25% of voters.
Abroad, where record activity was observed in these elections, Sandu received the support of 92.94% votes of citizens. Among voters living in Moldova, votes were divided almost in half. But in Transnistria, almost 86% of citizens voted for Dodon, in the south of the country – 93-94.5%.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy congratulated Sanda on her victory and invited her to visit Kyiv.
Note that Zelensky and ex-President Petro Poroshenko refused to meet with the current President of Moldova Dodon for his statements that Crimea belongs to the Russian Federation.