Each match of the Euro will begin with an opening ceremony

kiev toursBefore all the matches of Euro 2012, which will be held on the territory of Ukraine, will be a 5-minute ceremony.

Information Center "Ukraine-2012" said the head of the IOC, "Euro-2012 Ukraine" Markiyan Lubkivsky after the first day of the seminar participants of the future of the championship in Warsaw.

"We want to make sure that all who visit our stadiums during the European Championship, or will watch the matches at the television screen, always remember the atmosphere that will prevail in the euro, and the city, where they will play football matches. To do this, develop activities that will hold just before the games. The ceremony will last about 5 minutes. Here we show achievements of the host city than its residents live. Staging will be bright, and fans will remember for a long time, Kiev, Donetsk, Kharkiv and Lviv ", - said Markiyan Lubkivsky.

The tournament director also stressed that the organizers of the country are already working on the opening of the championship and it was closed. "Work is already in full swing, but the details can not tell, because the script must be kept secret. Let me just say that "Narodowej" during the opening presentation will last about 15 minutes. In Kiev NSK "Olympic" after the final part of the official closing event will take slightly less time. However, I assure you that the ceremony will make a lasting impression, "- said Markiyan Lubkivsky.

Recall the European Football Championship 2012 starts on June 8 at the National Stadium in Warsaw. In the opening match-play tournament hosts the Poles against Greece. The decisive match as the tournament to be held at Kiev NSK "Olympic", the world will see on July 1.

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