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Press Secretary of Prosecutor General responds to another official’s accusations of Eurovision participant


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Larysa Sargan, the press-secretary of the Prosecutor General
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Larysa Sargan, the press-secretary of the Prosecutor General
 gave a piece of advice to the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kyrylenko. She urged him not to promote another music band KAZKA due to the scandal with Maruv, the winner of the national selection. Sargan wrote this on Facebook.

“The relaxed officials have relied only on the consciousness of our Ukrainian people for five years due to the absence of the informational policy and propaganda on the state level. Probably, you should start with yourself, Mr. Kyrylenko? And there is no need to push KAZKA to Tel-Aviv due to another scandal”, the press secretary wrote.
Earlier today, the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kyrylenko criticized the victory of the national selection of the participant of the Eurovision-2019. “Singer touring in Russia cannot represent Ukraine in Eurovision 2019”, - he said.
As we reported earlier, Maruv became a participant of Eurovision-2019 from Ukraine. This became known after the joint voting of the jury and the TV audience on February, 23.

Members of juries granted her the second place with 5 points, but she won after the vote of the viewers, as she scored 6.
Freedom Jazz, Yuko, Maruv, Brunettes Shoot Blondes, Kazka, Anna Maria entered the final of the national selection Eurovision 2019.
As you know, the winner of the national selection will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, which will be held in Israeli capital Tel Aviv. Our contestant will sing in the second half of the first semifinal, scheduled for May 14. The second semifinal will be held on May 16, and the final is slated for May 18.
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