Some Eurovision 2017 organizers left the project due to the appointment of new head of competition
A number of employees that were part of the organizing committee of Eurovision 2017 of the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine, responsible for the preparation and holding of the song contest in Kyiv said that they stopped their work on the project, Deutsche Welle reported.
Russia will take part in Eurovision 2017 in Ukraine
A record number of participating countries – 43 – will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest. The official website of the event reports this.
Dnipro mayor: 'Kyiv made a farce with five-time announcement of the winner city for Eurovision 2017'
Borys Filatov condemned the responsible committee’s decision to host the song contest in the Ukrainian capital
Saakashvili: 'Decision on Eurovision in Kyiv is another case of rigged bids'
Some Ukrainian officials raise scandal over hosting the 2017 song contest in the capital
The Song Contest Eurovision 2017 will take place in Kyiv
After 3 months of date shifting organizers finally announced the winning city
Australia and Russia may receive right to hold Eurovision 2017, if Kyiv will not decide which city will host the song contest
Ukraine may not have time to prepare for Eurovision 2017
Announcement of Eurovision 2017 host city in Ukraine has again been cancelled
A briefing by the Cabinet of Ministers, which was scheduled for Thursday, August 25, to announce the host city of the Eurovision 2017 Song Contest in Ukraine rescheduled again
Eurovision 2017 : Kyiv, Odesa and Dnipro have become the finalists of a Eurovision host city contest
Winner will be announced on July 27
Six Ukrainian cities apply for Eurovision-2017
Six Ukrainian cities have provided formal applications for the right to host the most popular song contest, the Minister of Culture Yevhen Nyshchuk says.
Eurovision-2017: Ukrainian cities start active struggle for right to host Eurovision Song Contest
As it turned out, a lot of Ukrainian cities are eager to host the most expected European contest.
The Eurovision 2017 organizers will choose one of several Ukraine’s cities to host Eurovision 2017
Qualification procedure begins on June 24.
Eurovision 2016: Adele admits she likes Jamala's song
Famous singer made such recognition during her concert in Amsterdam.
Ukrainian artist drew Eurovision winner Jamala in the sand
Former Kharkiv resident Tetiana Galitsyna moved to Warsaw after her victory in the contest in 2013. She opened the first school of sand animation in Poland.
Jamala to give an additional concert in Kiev, Ukraine
The program will be based on her album 'Podyh', released in 2015.
Jamala’s triumph at the Eurovision 2016 is victory over 'evil' - Petro Poroshenko
Ukraine’s leader visited a concert dedicated to victims of the Crimean Tatars’ genocide and awarded Jamala with the title of People's Artist. He’s sure that her victory is extremely essential.
Organizers of Eurovision 2017 reveal terms of preparation for contest
They are to define the city and the place for holding the event by the end of the summer. Formal preparations for the Eurovision-2017 song contest in Ukraine will start in three weeks. First of all, they are to hold a tender among cities which could host the contest.
'You are the only one' - Lazarev’s song opened Jamala’s press-conference
Press-conference of the new 'Eurovision' winner Jamala started from the discomfiture. The song 'You Are the Only One' by Sergey Lazarev ironically started to sound at the beginning of the event, which became a total surprise to everyone who attended it.
Russia offered to send the ensemble of the Armed forces to Eurovision 2017
Milonov thinks that it’s better for the Russian Federation to refuse to participate in this contest from now forward.
Original Jamala's song title was 'Crimea is ours' - Poroshenko
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that the song of Eurovision-2016’s winner Jamala had an original Tatar title 'Crimea is ours,' 112 Ukraine TV channel reports.
Jamala agreed to brighten fight between Volodymyr Klitschko and Tyson Fury by singing Ukrainian anthem
Head of the Kyiv City State Administration Vitaliy Klitschko met Jamala, who had won Eurovision and offered her to perform Ukrainian anthem at the opening of a fight between his brother Volodymyr and Tyson Fury.
Sergey Lazarev about his Eurovision defeat: 'I felt so abashed that I was at a loss for words'
The singer was waiting for the results as for the verdict. Sergey Lazarev, who took third place at the Eurovision 2016, commented the overall results of the music contest to
Turkish President personally congratulated Jamala on her victory at the Eurovision
Erdogan wished the Ukrainian singer new achievements in her further career. President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan congratulated the Ukrainian singer Jamala on her brilliant victory at the 'Eurovision', which was held in Stockholm (Sweden), the Turkish National News Agency Anadolu reports with reference to sources of Erdogan’s administration. It was reported by the Turkish presidential administration that Erdogan called the Crimean Tatar singer in the morning on May 16 and wished every success in her future career.
Russian singer Kobzon decides to become the oldest participant of Eurovision 2017
The aged singer and State Duma deputy Iosif Kobzon decided to defend Russian honor at Eurovision 2017 personally. He even isn’t afraid to go to Ukraine, which he hates.
Jamala’s victory is stunning and inspiring - Pyatt
US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt described the victory of Ukrainian singer of Crimean Tatar origin Jamala in Eurovision-2016 as stunning and inspiring. He noted this during a speech at an investment conference in Kiev.
There can only be one winner. Ukraine is, and will remain, the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest!
The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest was a spectacular show and a testament to a year of hard work by so many people from so many countries. The live shows were world-class television productions with a thriller climax on Saturday night. The Eurovision Song Contest is a competition. There can only be one winner. We understand that not everyone agrees with the outcome of this year's Eurovision Song Contest however in a competition where the results are decided based on a subjective and often very personal opinions, there will always be people who do not agree. Regardless of this, the result remains valid by all means, in accordance with the rules as they were known to each participating broadcaster, each artist and each dedicated fan.
Spain and Eurovision: Jamala won, because she was the best!
Of course, you can find a lot of interesting in other countries’ media which wrote about Eurovision. But they almost repeat after one another.
Serbia: 'Russia lost? How can it be, why?'
If San Marino simply couldn’t care less about the results of Ukraine due to their state’s voting, some countries that supported Ukraine don’t hide disappointment in Eurovision’s results.
Austria: Eurovision in Crimea and Putin’s possible revenge
On Sunday afternoon, Die Presse published a detailed text entitled 'Kyiv or Crimea where will the Song Contest-2017 take place?'
Eurovision 2017 will be opened only for those Russians who recognize Russia’s crimes against Ukraine
The Russian participants who support Russia's aggression against Ukraine won’t be able to take part in the musical contest of Eurovision-2017, national deputy Anton Gerashchenko states to one of radio stations.
France: 'Don’t forget to vote for Ukraine'
At first one cannot say something special about French media. They also wrote about the meaning and content of the song and quoted Russian comments - for example, the Agence France-Presse or prominent Le Figaro have their own articles on Russia’s nervous reaction. The Ukrainian representative’s victory 'became predictably unpopular in Russia, where a lot of people voted for the abolition of its 'political victory' in the competition with Russia's candidate,' the newspaper writes.