The Kremlin said Kiev’s decision to ban three-year entry Yulia Samoilova, who was supposed to present at the “Eurovision” Russia, is a serious blow to the prestige of the international song contest and “devalue” its value, said the press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, reports .
The ban “seriously devalues the upcoming competition,” Peskov said, and “strikes” according to his prestige.
“We know that the representative of the “Eurovision” has expressed regret. We believe this decision is extremely unfortunate,” said the press Secretary of the President of Russia. According to him, the Kremlin would prefer to know that “the decision of the contest will be reviewed” so that the representative of Russia could take part in it.
As Eurovision has become a platform for disagreement