Moldova’s Pro-Russian President Concedes Defeat in Polls

Chisinau, Nov 16 (AFP/APP): Moldova’s Moscow-backed President Igor Dodon on Monday conceded defeat to his pro-European challenger Maia Sandu in the second round of a presidential election.

“Preliminary results have shown that Maia Sandu has won,” Dodon told reporters after the Sunday run-off.

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