SOFIA — Malta won the thirteenth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which was held at the Arena Armeec hall in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia on Saturday evening.

Destiny Chukunyere performing the song “Not My Soul!” won with 185 points, finishing nine points ahead of the second-placed MIKA from Armenia performing “Love” song. Slovenia took the third place.

A total of seventeen countries participated in this year’s edition of the song contest.

Armenia received maximum 12 points from Georgia, the Netherlands and Belarus.

The full results are as follows:
185 points – Malta
176 points – Armenia
112 points – Slovenia
105 points – Belarus
093 points – Albania
080 points – Russia
079 points – Serbia
064 points – Australia
062 points – Bulgaria
051 points – Georgia
038 points – Ukraine
036 points – Ireland
036 points – Montenegro
036 points – San Marino
035 points – The Netherlands
034 points – Italy
026 points – Macedonia

This is the second victory for Malta in the past three years after the country had won in 2013.

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