"The prices for accommodation in hotels are very high in Ukraine, and it can become an obstacle for funs. Guests simply won't come to you," he said during the telebridge "Warsaw-Kyiv.100 days till Euro-2012," ForUm correspondent reports.
At the same time Kallen informed that Ukraine has enough room to accommodate foreign fans.
In his turn, vice PM and minister for infrastructure of Ukraine Borys Kolesnikov noted that Ukraine's authorities had already warned hotel owners about this problem. "The hotels has been warned they may stay half empty," he said.
According to minister of tourism and sport of Poland Joanna Mucha, the Polish side is holding talks with the host-cities, as well as restorers and hotel owners about the prices for accommodation. "We are trying to persuade them that this is not the last time tourists come to us, but the first one. We want to make them understand that they need to create such conditions, which would ensure the returning of the guests," Mucha said.
The official also admitted that due to high prices for hotel accommodation, some fans will have to stay 30-40 km far from the very host-cities.
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