Monday, December 5, 2016

Groysman denied the rumors about the transfer of “Eurovision”, calling them “duck” – REGNUM

Kiev, 5 Dec 2016 13:40 the REGNUM media Reports about the transfer of the song contest “Eurovision” from Ukraine to another country are nothing more than “propaganda “duck”. About this in his Facebook wrote Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman.

According to him, that message is just another attempt to “discredit Ukraine in the world.” Groisman also announced “unprecedented laws and decisions” taken by the government to simplify the procedures for the preparation of the”Eurovision”-2017 in Kiev.

he Also blamed Ukrainian media that they picked up these messages. “It is a pity that some of our media spread such propaganda duck,” he wrote, Groisman.

Recall that on December 3 about a possible transfer of the venue of the competition announced by the German newspaper Bild, citing its sources. According to the edition, negotiations about carrying out of “Eurovision” in Moscow — Russia party Sergey Lazarev took third place in the competition in 2016.

the Silver medalist representative of Australia, but the competition in this country it is impossible according to the rules.

Note that in November about a possible postponement was announced by the acting Director General of the National television and radio company (NTRC) Alexander Harbin. According to him, some Ukrainian officials are dismissive of the competition, and spend it not allow”imperfect” legislation of Ukraine.

In the final of “Eurovision 2016″won the Ukrainian singer Jamala. She sang a song about the eviction of the Crimean Tatars in 1944, which caused a number of claims in the politicization of the.

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