Photo: Press service of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov does not know about the decision to boycott the Eurovision song contest in Kiev

Dmitry Peskov fears of “unfriendly relations”.

Moscow has taken a decision to boycott the international song contest Eurovision , which this year will take place in Kiev. This was stated press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, Interfax reports.

“The Kremlin doesn’t have any position on the subject of a possible boycott. It is not entirely clear whether it (the ESC) to boycott,” – said Peskov, commenting on calls by some Russian politicians to boycott the Eurovision song contest.

Peskov acknowledged that “given the venue of this competition, possible security issues and unfriendly attitude, etc. a particular cause for concern is obvious.” But “any decisions that are taken”.

As reported Корреспондент.netRussian singer Philip Kirkorov called for a boycott of Eurovision. He believes that it is not necessary to go “back where we can’t wait.”

Recall that in this year Eurovision held in Kiev, as in the contest of 2016 won the Ukrainian singer Jamala. Dates of semi – finals on may 9 and may 11 final will be held on may 13.

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