Jamala says Odesa is a perfect place to host Eurovision 2017
Jamala considers Eurovision 2017 should be held in Odesa, though she is not sure the city’s infrastructure is ready
Jamala considers Eurovision 2017 should be hosted by Odesa.
"It's a green city, hospitable, beautiful, with great cuisine. Every restaurant serves tasty food, people are smiling, sea air. It's only fitting to arrange fests and cinema festivals here. I think it’s just perfect for cinema and music festivals, for large scale events presenting our country. The other side is that I am not sure the infrastructure can outride Eurovision,” – Jamala says.
Jamala won Eurovision 2016 in Stockholm with her song 1944, dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean-Tatar people from the Crimea in 1944. Thus due to the rules of the contest, the winning country holds the next year contest, which in this case is Ukraine. A number of cities are now competing for the right to host.
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