The association organizing the competition said: “One of the pillars of the Song Festival is the non-political nature of the event.”
Volodymyr Zelensky was banned from speaking at the Eurovision final, reports A.V Sky News. The Association of European Broadcasters, which organizes the competition, announced that it could not comply with the request of the Ukrainian President to give a speech at the musical event,
Because that would be “against the rules”.
I mentioned the portal.
“One of the pillars of the competition is the non-political nature of the event.”
“The Eurovision Song Contest is an international entertainment program that is governed by strict rules and principles that have been established since its inception.” – says the statement of the association.
“As part of this, one of the pillars of the competition is the non-political nature of the event. (…]This principle prohibits it as part of the competition
Political or similar statements may be made.”
– To be noticed.
Last year’s winner will also perform in the final
The EBU also noted that 11 Ukrainian artists, including last year’s winner Closh band He will also present, and 37 sites from all over Ukraine will be presented.
Poland, Australia and Cyprus reached the finals. As is known, this year the competition will be organized jointly with the BBC in the UK on behalf of Ukraine, the newspaper explained.
Opening image: STR/NURPHOTO/NURPHOTO VIA AFP
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