"The experts concluded that the title and lyrics contain political speech and do not violate the rules of the Eurovision", — said the representatives of the EBU in the social network.


With criticism of the Ukrainian song, which touches upon the issue of the deportation of Crimean Tatars, Russian policy, in particular, the Deputy of the Petersburg legislative Assembly Vitaly Milonov and the Chairman of state Duma Committee on information policy Vadim Dengin. The first asked the Kiev joint statement of Russia and Poland, and the second expressed the hope that the organizers of "Eurovision" will not allow the song to the competition.

The final of "Eurovision-2016" will be held in Stockholm on 14 may.

Jamal was the winner of the Ukrainian national selection round on February 21. She performs original music based on jazz, world music and rhythm ' n ' Blues, electronic music and gospel music. The famous singer brought a performance at the International contest of young singers "New wave 2009" in Jurmala, where she received the Grand Prix.