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Presidential elections in Russia. Media: Vladimir Putin lost the elections in Warsaw

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Poland is one of the countries where Vladimir Putin lost the three-day presidential elections in Russia, which ended on Sunday, reported the Russian independent portal Meduza.

In Prague, Warsaw and The Hague, the candidate of the New People party, Vladislav Davankov, won 59.89%, 51.01%, respectively. and 56.88 percent votes – writes Meduza.

Putin also lost – although not by such a significant difference in votes – in Vilnius, Yerevan and Haifa, among others. In most other cities in the world, Putin won.

In many cities where a large number of Russians voted – Berlin, Riga, Almaty, Belgrade and Dubai – the results have not been published yet, Meduza said on Monday morning.

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According to preliminary data from the Central Election Commission, Putin won elections over 87 percent of the votes. With 77 percent turnout.

READ: The “elections” in Russia have ended. “Obviously they weren't free or fair.”

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