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Brussels offers to host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine

The city of Brussels and Francophone’s national broadcaster RTBF are ready to host next year’s Eurovision Song Contest if requested.

Despite Ukraine’s victory, competition has traditionally taken place in the winner’s country, but the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) regrets that it is not safe to hold an event in Ukraine due to the current conflict. I’m thinking while thinking.

Many countries are interested in hosting the contest and Alternative options are under discussion.. One suggestion is to hold a song called “Spaceman” in the UK to commemorate Sam Ryder’s second place this year. The other candidate is, of course, Brussels, which has a good reputation as the “capital of Europe” and is considered a good symbol of European integration.

The city hasn’t ruled out anything, and if you win the honor in 2023, you’ll already have two venues side by side. Also, if requested, we are ready to work with Ukraine to host the convention. “The decision is in the EBU, but we are certainly ready to support Ukraine for the organization,” says Cultural City Council member Delphine Houba.

She quoted Hall 12 of Haysel and pointed out that the city has sufficient infrastructure due to its experience in hosting large-scale events.

RTBF hopes to host a major event with other public media, but said it will accept options as well. Flanders broadcaster VRT has not yet responded.



https://www.thebulletin.be/brussels-offers-host-2023-eurovision-song-contest-behalf-ukraine Brussels offers to host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine

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