Dzhemilev said in a comment to Krym.Realii April 24, Censor.NET reports.
"Of all the candidates, Macron shares the most adequate view of Ukraine. I think that everyone who have lost in the first round will unite and give their support to Macron. Le Pen seems to have no prospects. I hope so," Dzhemilev said.
Earlier, ex-Foreign Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Ohryzko expressed his opinion that if Macron wins the presidential seat, France would continue condemning Russia for the annexation of Crimea.
As reported, Macron has gone through to the second round of the French election, where he will face far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Macron won 23.75 percent of votes in the first round, while Le Pen took 21.53 percent. The turnover was next to 79 percent.
The first round of the French presidential race took place under enhanced security measures and a state of emergency introduced in November 2015.
Over 66,000 polling stations were guarded by more than 50,000 law enforcement officers. Besides, 7,000 troops were providing security on the streets.
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