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Ukrainian President Zelensky vowed to one day host Eurovision in Mariupol

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky promised to do everything so that the Eurovision Song Contest would one day be held in Mariupol, he wrote about this in his Telegram-channel.

The Ukrainian leader congratulated the Kalush Orchestra on their victory in the competition. According to the head of state, “the courage of Ukrainians amazes the world, and music conquers Europe.” Zelensky recalled that Kyiv would host an international event for the third time. He expressed hope that the representatives of Ukraine will again win the award.

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“We will do everything so that one day the participants and guests of Eurovision will be hosted by Ukrainian Mariupol. Free, peaceful, rebuilt,” he wrote.

The Kalush Orchestra group won the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy, according to the results of the audience voting. The artists performed the song Stefania, which is dedicated to the mother of soloist Oleg Psyuk and all Ukrainian mothers.