Safety in stadium in cities-hosts of Euro 2012 its the issue raised during Polish-Ukrainian conference in Dnipropietrovsk. Both countries will be co-hosts of the championships.
Over 60 people take part in the conference which was organized as part of Polish-Ukrainian Self-Government Forum Euro 2012. They are representatives of cities-hosts of Euro 2012, representatives of the Ukrainian policy, the Polish embassy in
‘The European Championships are the third sports event in the world and because of that the requirements of UEFA are huge- said a director for safety in Polish Football Federation Wieslaw Wieczorek. One of the requirements is to come into use all stadiums in June 2012. We already know that it’s impossible and there will be delays. Of course UEFA will be informed about it’.
Polish and Ukrainian Football Federations received detailed information concerning safety requirements during European championships. ‘A scenario is already written, we have to only carry it out- explained Wieczorek. Of course UEFA gives some freedom because it knows that there are different law regulations in every country. We as the organizers of Euro do not have to agree with some suggestions of UEFA and if we manage to force our arguments through we can put them into practice’.
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On Friday morning participants in the conference will go to Donieck and they will be continuing the meeting. Its finishing is planned on Friday evening; visit in sports base of Szachtara Donieck and visiting newly-building stadium will be the last item.