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All the Ukrainian cities still reserve the right to take part in Euro 2012

June 7, 2010

The UEFA Supervisory Board has confirmed the right of all four Ukrainian cities to hold the Euro 2012 European Football Championship.

It was explained that over the past two months dramatic changes have took place in the preparation for the championship, especially in terms of development of infrastructure, so UEFA will not reduce the number of host cities, the Ukraine 2012 information center reported.

Ukrainian Vice-Premier Borys Kolesnikov visited UEFA headquarters in Geneva on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the UEFA supervisory board on Euro 2012 issues, his press service has reported.

“Fifty-two days have past [since the previous meeting], and I think we have something to show. We have made significant progress at the airports in Donetsk, Lviv and Kyiv. I can say that the president and the government, as well as all people participating in the project, i.e. contractors, have done everything they possibly could,” he said.

Kolesnikov also said that Ukraine was gradually getting back on schedule in terms of construction work.

“I really hope that significant changes will already be visible as early as August and September. This is particularly noticeable with respect to Kyiv, Lviv, as well as Donetsk Airport,” he said.

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