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Xi Jinping's list: who congratulated Putin on his "victory" in the fake elections in Russia

Ivanna ShepelNews
Some countries have already congratulated Putin on his election triumph

Even before the official announcement of the election results, some countries had already congratulated Russian dictator Vladimir Putin on his victory. First of all, he was congratulated by the leaders of third-world countries such as Nicaragua, Cuba, Honduras, Venezuela, North Korea, and others.

Also, according to the Russian propaganda outlet RIA Novosti, Putin was congratulated by Chinese leader Xi Jinping. In his congratulations, he said that his re-election to the presidency fully reflects the support of the Russian people for Putin.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was the first to congratulate the Russian dictator on his election victory. The leaders of Honduras and Cuba also congratulated Putin.

Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega said in his congratulations that he views Putin's election victory as "an important contribution to stability for humanity."

"In these times of instability and violence in a world where we all need peace, harmony and joy, we celebrate his triumph as a contribution to the irreplaceable stability of humanity, so that we can continue to create the future in better conditions," the congratulatory message reads.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un also sent a telegram of congratulations to Putin.

At the same time, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev congratulated Putin on his "convincing victory," noting that the voting results and voter turnout are an indicator of the Russian dictator's "unconditional trust and support for his political course."

Tajik President Emomali Rahmon said that the results of the vote were another confirmation of Putin's high political authority and broad support for his "course of development of the country" and international policy.

Russian media report that the Iranian president has also already expressed his congratulations to Putin.

It should be noted that the votes have not yet been fully counted. According to the CEC, 99.75% of the protocols have been processed. According to this data, Putin is predicted to win with 87.29% of the vote. The other three candidates received no more than 3-4% of the vote.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA reported how the Western world reacted to the imitation of elections in Russia. According to the international community, these presidential elections cannot be considered legal, free and fair. After all, despite international law, the elections were organized in the occupied Crimea and Sevastopol, as well as in the occupied parts of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions.

As a reminder, Russia held illegal presidential elections on Sunday, March 17. The incumbent dictator Vladimir Putin was "painted" an absolute victory with more than 87% of the vote.

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