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2 thoughts on “Junior Eurovision’18: Schoolchildren Revealed as Spokespersons For Nine Nations”

  1. It is wonderful to see the young people coming together to celebrate their individual countries in song. We, in Wales, a small nation with a very long tradition of poetry and prose in the Welsh language, which evolved from the Celts who had their roots in Hallstatt near Salzburg, has a very European outlook, despite Brexit!
    We wish the fire of the Welsh dragon, our national emblem, in the rendering of Perta by Manw. Come on Wales! Cymru am byth!

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