The European Broadcasting Union said that planning for the competition should begin now.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) reiterated that Eurovision 2023 will not take place in Ukraine
This is stated in the official statement on the website. EBU.
“The EBU fully understands the disappointment of the public caused by the decision of the organizers to refuse Ukraine to host the competition,” the message says.
“The first priority for the EBU was and is to ensure the safety of all those working and participating in the event, planning for which needs to start right now in the country hosting the competition,” the EBU added.
The organizers of the contest reported that at least 10 thousand people were accredited to work at Eurovision 2023, including the film crew, employees, journalists, etc. About 30,000 fans from all over the world are also expected to attend the event.
“Their safety is our main concern,” the EBU said.
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