Employees clean during preparations prior to the semi-final allocation draw of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv on Jan. 31.
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Heads of delegation from the countries participating in the Eurovision 2017 song contest have met in Kyiv, and Ukraine has received good feedback.
“All the issues that appeared during seven or eight months have been resolved, and I’m proud to say that we’re completely ready to hold the contest in May,” Eurovision executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand said at a press conference in Kyiv on March 14.
Delegates familiarized themselves with logistics, the agenda of special events and how the process of performances will be organized and security of participants and guests will be arranged.