As the whole world watches the world cup in South Africa the stage is being set for the Euro 2012 tournament in Ukraine and Poland.
All four cities in Ukraine secure chance of staging Euro 2012
This is stated on the Web site of the Cabinet of Ministers, with reference to Kolesnikov, who announced the results of a meeting of the UEFA supervisory board held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, on Wednesday.He also noted that the next meeting of the supervisory board would take place in September 2010.
"Ukraine and all four cities must do their best to stage Euro 2012. Fifty-two days have passed since the last meeting at UEFA, and UEFA remained satisfied with the efforts being made by the government. However, it's clear that UEFA was dissatisfied with the fact that Ukraine has made very little progress over the past three years. This is what UEFA is dissatisfied with. Therefore, everything is in the hands of Ukraine after the meeting of the supervisory board," Kolesnikov said.
He expressed confidence that Ukraine was currently able to cope with all tasks set by UEFA.
"I want to say that there's currently no situation that we cannot resolve and that one or two Ukrainian cities can lose their right to host Euro 2012. Thus, all four Ukrainian cities secure the chance of staging Euro 2012," Kolesnikov said.
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