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KIEV, May 11 (Itar-Tass) —— Kiev authorities will not oust homeless people from the city for the period of Euro 2012 matches, city administration deputy head Anatoly Golubchenko said on Friday.
“I think tramps will stay in Kiev, like they stay in any city of any other country. We will not banish anyone from the city,” he said.
Kiev, Donetsk, Lvov and Kharkov will play host to Euro 2012 matches in Ukraine.