Pellegrini wins presidential election in Slovakia

Bratislava, April 7 (UNI) Slovak parliament speaker Peter Pellegrini, who opposes arms supplies to Ukraine, has won the presidential election in Slovakia with 53.12% of the votes, data from the Slovak Statistical Office showed on Sunday after all ballots were processed.

His opponent, former Slovak Foreign Minister Ivan Korcok, who vocally supports Ukraine, has received 46.87% of the votes.

Korcok won the first round of the election on March 23 with 42.51% of the votes, while Pellegrini received 37.02%.

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