"There are two countries, but one team. We work in unison," he said. In particular, the official reminded that for Euro-2012 Ukrainian and Polish customs officials will work together at Ukrainian-Polish border, so the guests will pass customs control only one time.
Speaking about aggressive fans, Fedorenko said the information about people, banned from matches, is being followed by Interpol departments. At the same time he noted that no problems are expected. "We don't host any risky matches, so no special measures need to be taken," the official added.
Fedorenko also informed that tickets for Ukraine-Sweden match and Euro-2012 final match are sold out. "There are still tickets for matches in Donetsk and Kharkiv, and by the end of April we will know about additional quotas for tickets," he summed up.
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