Most of European dailies have their main headline on the referendum held on 16 march in Crimea. With no surprise, the majority of voters chose to join Russia — thus leaving Ukraine. Only Serbian dailies dedicate their front pages to Sunday's general elections, won by Vice-prime minister's Aleksandr Vučić's Serbian progressive party (SNS).
'EU and the US isolate Putin after the Crimean farce' - ABC, Madrid.
'Czar Putin's Pyrrhic victory' - Kleine Zeitung, Klagenfurt.
'Crimea choses roubles' - De Standaard, Brussels.
'Transparent ballot boxes reveal: Most for Russia' - Večernji list, Zagreb.
'The world is holding its breath - What happens now in the Crimean peninsula?' - Hufvustadbladet, Helsinki.
"Illegal" - Luxemburger Wort, Luxembourg.
'Crawling partition of Ukraine' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'Joy after controversial choice' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.
'Crimea choose Moscow' - Il Messaggero, Rome.
'Glory to Crimea' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'Crimea: the 'yes' that anger the West' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'Crimea. Under Russian control' - Libération, Paris.
'Referendum. Crimea celebrates the 'yes' to Russia. The European Union prepares sanctions' - Público, Lisbon.
'My farewell to Crimea' - Die Tageszeitung, Berlin.
'Putin defiant as Crimea votes to return to Russia' - The Times, London.
'The new government as soon as possible' - Blic, Belgrade.
'Voter turnout lower than in 2012' - Danas, Belgrade.
'Triumph for Vučić, debacle for the opposition' - Politika, Belgrade.