Victoria Petryk from Ukraine received a total of 135 points and finished second. With 103 points, Eglė Jurgaitytė from Lithuania finished third.
"Congratulations to the winner, and to the other 14 contestants who all delivered great performances. All of them are extraordinarily talented," says Svante Stockselius, Executive Supervisor of Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
The show was aired live in 14 of the 15 participating countries, as well as in Azerbaijan and Bosnia & Herzegovina. In Ukraine and Australia the show will be broadcast deferred. The biggest television production ever in Cyprus was also broadcast live worldwide through a live stream on www.junioreurovision.tv.
The winner was chosen by televoters and juries. Televoting revenue will be donated to UNICEF, supporting children all over the world. The UNICEF theme was "Water For All", focussing on the need for access to safe drinking water and sanitation.
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is a truly pan-European television programme transmitted live via the Eurovision satellite network, in prime time on free-to-air television. For more information, please visit the website JuniorEurovision.tv.