Lithuania’s President Gitanas Nausėda has won re-election, official results showed, in a vote marked by defense concerns over neighboring Russia, Report informs referring to The Guardian.

The count published by the electoral commission showed that Nausėda won 74.6% of votes with 90% of ballots counted after polls closed on Sunday in the second-round vote.

Voters “have handed me a great mandate of trust and I am well aware that I will have to cherish this,” Nausėda, 60, told journalists in Vilnius.

“Now that I have five years of experience, I believe that I will certainly be able to use this jewel properly, first of all, to achieve the goals of welfare for all the people of Lithuania,” he said.