The capital may not have time to prepare the city’s infrastructure for the arrival of tourists.
Kiev may not have time to prepare the city’s infrastructure for the arrival of tourists at the song contest “Eurovision -2017”.
This was announced by the head of the tourist information Centre Vladimir Tsaruk.
“If you look at what is happening outside the metro station, then appear some doubts about the fact that all this will be ready by may, in anticipation of “Eurovision”, when participants will begin to arrive in Kiev at the rehearsal. I hope that by this time the work will be completed. And will repair the Postal square and the waterfront”,- said Vladimir Tsaruk.
According to him, the hotel is ready for an influx of tourists.
“A small number of tourists who will arrive for the semifinals and finals of the competition, hotels are already ready ready. Places will suffice on all. According to preliminary data for “Eurovision” will arrive about 20 thousand tourists. This is not a bad result, given the fact that many foreigners are afraid to go to Ukraine due to the fact that they would not feel safe. Because in the media there is a lot of information about the fact that Ukraine should not go due to the unstable situation in the country”,- said Vladimir Tsaruk.
The expert noted that if in Ukraine will be adverse events and their rastirazhirovan the world’s media, wanting to go on “Eurovision -2017” will be even less.
We will remind, Executive Director of the competition says that Ukraine is ready for the Eurovision-2017.
In Kiev took place a meeting of delegations of the countries participating in the international Eurovision song contest-2017, which Ukraine has received a good rating.
“All the issues that arose in the course of 7-8 months, was resolved, and I’m proud to announce that we are fully prepared for the competition in may,” – said Executive Director of the contest Jon Ola sand on a press-conferences on Tuesday in Kiev.
The delegation was acquainted with organizational work, plan special events, how organized the performances and the safety of participants and guests.
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