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Alexander Stubb has won the first round of Finland’s presidential election, with 28.3% of the votes, followed by Pekka Haavisto with 25.8%. The changing geopolitical landscape in Europe, particularly tensions with Russia since the invasion of Ukraine, is a major concern for the candidates. The election will focus on the candidates’ personalities and their perceived qualities as leaders of foreign policy. The second round of voting, between Stubb and Haavisto, will be held on February 11 unless a candidate receives more than 50% of the votes.

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