Eurojury 2014

Eurojury: Serbia Calling

Serbia Eurojury

Belgrade Calling

From Armenia yesterday it is back to the Balkans and to Serbia who are the last nation to announce their points. Serbia debuted in the contest as an independent country in 2007 and won in Helsinki with Molitva. This year Serbia are not in the contest due to financial difficulties, however the broadcaster is hoping they will be able to return in 2015.

The Eurojury member from Serbia is Saška Janković who tried to represent Serbia in 2013 and was a backing singer for Serbia at Eurovision in 2010 and 2011.

Here are the points from Serbia:

  1. Armenia – 12 points
  2. Hungary – 10 points
  3. Spain – 8 points
  4. Montenegro – 7 points
  5. Austria – 6 points
  6. Malta – 5 points
  7. Finland – 4 points
  8. Denmark – 3 points
  9. FYR Macedonia – 2 points
  10. Ukraine – 1 point

The points from Serbia means that the end results of Eurojury are as follows:

  1. United Kingdom – 150 points
  2. Sweden – 133 points
  3. Armenia – 132 points
  4. Malta – 118 points
  5. Denmark – 117 points
  6. Norway – 108 points
  7. Hungary – 91 points
  8. Finland – 87 points
  9. Austria – 77 points
  10. Spain – 73 points
  11. Italy – 73 points
  12. The Netherlands – 68 points
  13. Azerbaijan – 67 points
  14. Montenegro – 65 points
  15. Ukraine – 57 points
  16. Belgium – 42 points
  17. Greece – 35 points
  18. Latvia – 35 points
  19. Israel – 32 points
  20. Romania – 31 points
  21. Germany – 27 points
  22. Poland – 26 points
  23. Russia – 21 points
  24. Estonia – 21 points
  25. France – 21 points
  26. Iceland – 21 points
  27. Georgia – 20 points
  28. Ireland – 19 points
  29. FYR Macedonia – 17 points
  30. Moldova – 16 points
  31. Lithuania – 12 points
  32. Slovenia – 12 points
  33. Switzerland – 11 points
  34. Portugal – 8 points
  35. San Marino – 6 points
  36. Albania – 5 points
  37. Belarus – 2 point

So that’s it, after 32 countries and countless results we have the final results. We want to hear what you think of the results, and if you don’t agree you can vote in our Eurovoix Poll here or in ESC+Plus You.

You can see the points in full here.

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