Pro-European centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron secured four times the vote at the French Embassy to Lithuania on Sunday, as compared with his far-right opponent Marine Le Pen.
French embassy in Vilnius
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According to preliminary data provided to BNS by the embassy's spokesman, Macron was supported by 110 voters in Vilnius, while 26 votes were cast for Le Pen.

Macron, 39-year-old former economics minister, won the French presidential elections with 66 percent of the vote, while nationalist Le Pen secured 34 percent of the vote.

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