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Terrorist attacks in Ukraine calls into question holding the football European Championship
17:19 27.04.2012
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The terrorist attacks occurred in Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk, has raised questions regarding holding 2012 Football European Championship in Ukraine.   

As it is known, the matches are to be held in 4 cities – Kiev, Donetsk, Kharkov and Lvov – “” reports.

Ukrainian authorities have already made statement regarding the happened explosions, where they addressed the international community. In particular, it is said there that despite the series of terroristic attacks, Ukraine will be able to guarantee security of football championship.

In this regard, planned anti-terrorist trainings are held in Kiev, where various law enforcements agencies of Ukraine participate. 

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