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Malta and Switzerland winners semifinals

The results of both the semifinals are known. Malta won the first one and Switzerland the 2nd one. Where the qualifiers of the 2nd semifinal were very clear (number 11, Denmark, follows with a distance), it was a close call at the first semifinal. Norway was 10th with 115 points while Croatia was 11th with 110 points.

The full results are:

1st semifinal

  1. Malta, 325 pts.
  2. Ukraine, 267 pts.
  3. Russia, 225 pts.
  4. Lithuania, 203 pts.
  5. Israel, 192 pts.
  6. Cyprus, 170 pts.
  7. Sweden, 142 pts.
  8. Azerbaijan, 138 pts.
  9. Belgium, 117 pts.
  10. Norway, 115 pts.
  11. Croatia 110 pts.
  12. Romania, 85 pts.
  13. Slovenia, 44 pts.
  14. Australia, 28 pts.
  15. North Macedonia, 23 pts.
  16. Ireland, 20 pts.

 

2nd semifinal

  1. Switzerland, 291 pts.
  2. Iceland, 288 pts.
  3. Bulgaria, 250 pts.
  4. Portugal, 239 pts.
  5. Finland, 234 pts.
  6. Greece, 184 pts.
  7. Moldova, 179 pts.
  8. Serbia, 124 pts.
  9. San Marino, 118 pts.
  10. Albania, 112 pts.
  11. Denmark, 89 pts.
  12. Austria, 66 pts.
  13. Estonia, 58 pts.
  14. Poland, 35 pts.
  15. Czech Republic, 23 pts.
  16. Georgia, 16 pts.
  17. Latvia, 14 pts.

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