‘Ukraine will host Eurovision 2017 at the highest level’: Ukraine’s PM
‘Possibility of moving the next year’s contest to a different country is out of the question’: Official
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman is convinced, that Ukraine will manage to host Eurovision 2017 at the highest level. The official stated this on one of Ukrainian TV channels, reports ‘UNIAN’.
‘We will organize and host Eurovision in Ukraine at the highest level’, - PM stated.
Earlier, Ukraine’s Minister of Social Policy Pavlo Rozenko claimed, that Europe’s major song contest Eurovision 2017 will definitely be held in Ukraine and that ‘possibility of moving the next year’s contest to a different country is out of the question’.
This year’s Eurovision winner is Ukrainian singer Jamala with her song '1944' dedicated to the destiny of Crimean Tatars people.
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