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8 thoughts on “ESC’17: Director General of NTU Admits Preparations Are One Month Behind Schedule”

  1. I swear people don’t know how Eurovision works despite being around it. they are a month behind. SO WHAT? – They are presenting their final plan on December 8th, it WILL be in Kiev, it will work. Funny when Athens or Istanbul or other contests were behind ( Including Denmark) no one made a fuss.

    1. 1//The reasons for the red card from the EBU were bureaucracy, inadequate legislation and dismissive attitude of some officials for the competition. Mr Kharebin’s predecessor Zurab Alasania resigned from his role as Director General of NTU due to numerous issues the broadcaster was facing with regards to securing funding from the Ukrainian Government.
      2// Funding promised by Government for the contest has been delayed, while all aspects of the process are having to go through public tender processes as required by Ukrainian law. Furthermore according to reports over the past month the host venue for next years contest, the IEC is still yet to sign an agreement to host the contest next year.

  2. Give it to the country placed second; Australia! SBS should be given the opportunity to host the contest in a European country. Could be Germany, could be the UK.

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