Euro 2012 will facilitate the modernization of Ukraine and significantly push it towards European integration, as Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said at a meeting of the Committee on preparation for Euro 2012 with the participation of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

"EURO 2012 is not only a sporting festival, but also an event that will strengthen and modernize our country and significantly advance it on its path to European integration," he said.

In his turn, Donald Tusk stressed that Ukraine had managed for 3 months to keep pace with all schedules for the preparation of Euro 2012, and asked Mykola Azarov to thank builders, businessmen, political and public figures who made the breakthrough in the preparation of the Championship.

In addition, Tusk He expressed confidence that the championship would be held in all host cities in both countries: "We are confident that UEFA will make an objective assessment of our activities, and EURO 2012 will take place in eight cities: four in Poland and four in Ukraine."

In the framework of the meeting of the Committee on preparation for Euro 2012 and in the presence of the Heads of Governments of Ukraine and Poland, Vice Prime Minister Borys Kolesnikov and Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Poland Adam Giersz have signed the roadmap for the preparation of Ukraine and Poland for Euro 2012. In particular, the roadmap provides for the ceaseless and free movement between the two countries, establishing joint customs and border crossings, transport infrastructure of both countries, stadiums and will include the issues of the security and medical care during EURO 2012.


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