As reported by Censor.NET citing the press office of Ukrainian president, this was announced by Petro Poroshenko as he met with music contest organizers and hosts.
"Each year we have certain remarks or complaints: either transport or logistics, security or other aspects. But the Eurovision in Kyiv was held flawlessly. We didn't have any problems. Everything was organized at the top level by the Ukrainian side," Sand said.
Jon Ola Sand. Image courtesy of the presidential press office
As reported, Portugal singer Salvador Sobral secured victory in 2017 Eurovision Song Contest on May 13.
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