MINSK, Belarus – Ukraine has won the Eurovision Song Contest this year between the national competition and the singer-songwriter of the country's national public audience.
Anna Korsun, who is under Maruv's name, won a quarter of a quarter of a quarter of an hour, and soon became politicians under the fire, often in Russia.
His career became a lawsuit against Russian toxicity at home at the Ukrainian Criminal Court in Crime Attachment 2014 and the help of the eastern partisans of the rebels in Ukraine.
The National Broadcasting Company asked, temporarily, to sign a contract to exit Russia from other Russian standards. Marv said the conditions of "censorship" and that he had not signed.
The other teams that were in full competition rejected Maruven's replacement.
The seats said on Wednesday that he had no choice to "respect the audience's choice" and would not participate in the May competition in Israel.
Although Eurovision is a non-political and friendly political pop music band, it's often a vital part of politics.
The Ukraine attacked Russia in 2016, the Eurovision ticket won the contest, with 1244 deportations against the Presidential ties of the Soviet Union, Josef Stalin. The following year, when he was staying in Ukraine, he refused to enter the Russian country, who had traveled to Crimea without the Ukrainian government's permission.