Ukraine faces vast excellent after Russia Eurovision row: EBU

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GENEVA The European Broadcasting Union pronounced on Thursday that Ukraine faced a vast excellent due to serious delays in a classification of May’s Eurovision strain foe in Kiev and a miss of team-work with a EBU over a appearance of a Russian artist.

“As a outcome of this, courtesy was drawn divided from a foe and a code repute of a Eurovision Song Contest was endangered,” a EBU pronounced in a statement.

“Therefore a contest’s steering cabinet … has endorsed that UA:PBC (Ukraine’s state broadcaster) should accept a estimable fine, in line with a manners of a competition,” it said, but observant how most Ukraine would have to pay.

Ukraine, a horde country, barred entrance to a Russian competitor since she had achieved in Crimea after a Ukrainian peninsula was annexed by Russia.

(Reporting by Tom Miles; Writing by Alessandra Prentice in Kiev; modifying by Matthias Williams and Toby Chopra)

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