Host city for Eurovision-2017 will be determined on August 1, - Minister of Culture
He also announced requirements for the city to qualify for contest holding
The city, which will host Eurovision 2017, will be determined on August 1st. This was said during the briefing by Minister of Culture of Ukraine Yevhen Nyshchuk, reports "UNN".
He noted that the selection will be held in four stages, the first stage of it starts today and will last until 8th of July.
Among the requirements for a city that wants to host the Eurovision - direct air traffic with the European countries, 5 thousand hotel rooms for the "average price", indoor arena, which seats at least 5 thousand people.
Recall, in May of this year, Jamala took first place in the international Eurovision Song Contest with the song "1944", dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars from the peninsula.
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