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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Milonov has proposed to send to the Eurovision song contest in Ukraine, the choir of the armed forces

Thanks to the victory of Jamala’s “Eurovision-2017” will be held in Ukraine. Due to existing sanctions on many Russian cultural figures probably won’t be able to get to the next contest. In this regard, in social networks there are proposals to send to Ukraine next year, military musicians. This initiative was also made by the Deputy of legislative Assembly of Petersburg Vitaly Milonov.

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The international song contest “Eurovision-2017” will be held in Ukraine. While it is not known in which city.

Read the story: Ukrainian mayors may quarrel because of “Eurovision-2017”

However, Kiev has already made statements concerning the Russian party. According to the Ukrainian authorities, due to the current “black list” on the entry of Russian citizens in Ukraine will not be able to get a lot of cultural figures from Russia. And only if Russia will be able to comply with all laws, Ukraine will allow Russian or Russian woman and their team to the competition.

Read the answer “bronze medalist”: Lazarev said Ukraine about conditions of participation of Russia in “Eurovision”

Reacted to it and in Moscow: the Kremlin Ukraine reminded about uniform rules of carrying out of “Eurovision”.

Read more: Peskov commented on the threat of Kiev not to let the Russian party “Eurovision-2017”

But on Saturday, immediately after it became known the winner of Eurovision 2016, users of social networks began to offer various options for candidates to participate in the next Eurovision song contest.

So, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin in his Twitter offered to send to Ukraine of Sergey Shnurova.

Read more: Cord Rogozin responded to the invitation to “Eurovision-2017”, “Lived”

Agreed with him and the audience.

Putin himself next year to be going, but Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu on backing vocals #Eurovision

— KS (@wanttotravel_) may 14, 2016

“Nominated” and other candidates: Andrei Makarevich — him-entry into Ukraine is allowed for sure.

In fact, in the next year from Russia will go Makarevich. Everyone else just denied entry to Ukraine. #Eurovision

— Artem Deryagin (@DerArto) 15 may 2016

Well candidates.

Putin himself next year to be going, but Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu on backing vocals #Eurovision

— KS (@wanttotravel_) may 14, 2016

Also announced were proposals to send to Kyiv (or another Ukrainian city-the host of the competition), the ensemble of the black sea fleet. Others believe that only BSF is not limited to and in Ukraine it is better to send the national guard choir of Russia, DNR and LC.

His proposal and put forward the Deputy of legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg Vitaly Milonov, reports RIA Novosti. It is not verbiage, sent an appeal to the Russian organizing Committee of “Eurovision” with a proposal to send to Ukraine an ensemble of music, song and dance of Armed forces of the Russian Federation.

This act of the people’s choice called “an unequivocal message about the competition, its political component and the venue”.

And in the future, said Milonov, Russia and do is to refuse to participate in this contest due to his “full spiritual degradation and inconsistencies traditions of Russian vocal”.

But this suggestion is not new — after the victory of the Russians Jamala “all became clear” what they did not fail to communicate in social networks.


— onli HYIP (@bluesmell_) may 14, 2016

Hmm, but we in Ukraine will be allowed next year to participate? Or on Skype, will sing #Eurovision

— Gosha Makarov (@TweetMakarov) may 14, 2016

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