UEFA president Michel Platini has said that Ukraine could lose the right to
of Poland with the European Championships in 2012.

He expressed this opinion in the Polish media following his visit to this country,
where he inspected the city of Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw selected for
the championship. Platini expressed his satisfaction with how prepared
to Euro 2012 in Poland. "As for Ukraine, - said Platini - there are now
There are many of our experts and the final decision about how can
Does it take the Euro 2012 matches will be made in December this year. "Ukraine has
only a matter of weeks to prove that the country will be able to perform all
promises that were made after the victory, along with Poland for the right to
Euro 2012. UEFA is concerned about delays in preparations for the competition and have
developed a program to save the championship. President of UEFA, who visited
Kiev last month, set the deadline for Ukraine - 30 November. On
Last week a delegation of technical experts visited four Ukrainian League
City - Kiev, Donetsk, Lviv and Kharkiv. Experts tried to find out whether
stadiums in those cities to adopt a European forum and whether the infrastructure is ready
an influx of tourists. Their conclusion will be on the table Platini is September 25.
"Now in Ukraine there is the only city that can get to the Euro -
Kiev is - said Platini. - Others have yet to submit to the UEFA guarantee
that they can fulfill their obligations. "As a backup plan
UEFA instead of other Ukrainian cities, the choice could fall on Berlin and Leipzig
in Germany. Platini himself acknowledged that this option is not excluded. However, it
stressed that while Ukraine and Poland is the organizer of Euro 2012
and a final decision on how it can cope with the conduct of
such large-scale events will be made by the Executive Committee of UEFA
in December.

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