"Congratulations to the winner and to all the artists for their excellent performances. And a special thanks to the host broadcaster AVRO, and UNICEF for their collaboration on this event," says Svante Stockselius, Executive Supervisor of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
The sold out performance at Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam also included the presence of two honoured guests Kateryna Yushchenko, the first lady of Ukraine and Sandra Saakashvili-Roelofs, the first lady of Georgia. The event was also broadcast live in the 17 participating countries and across the world through a live Internet stream on www.junioreurovision.tv. Viewers in the 17 countries voted for their favourite song through the pan-European televoting system traditional to the Eurovision Song Contests.
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