British prime minister calls Manchester blast "appalling terrorist attack"World May 23, 5:52
Nineteen people confirmed dead in Manchester Arena blastWorld May 23, 4:40
Senator: Ukrainian authorities reluctant to stop policy of restricting Ukrainians' rightsRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 3:48
Maestro Gergiyev’s orchestra opens international music festival in SofiaSociety & Culture May 23, 3:44
Anti-Russian sanctions unlikely to be lifted shortly, says parliament speakerBusiness & Economy May 23, 2:33
Senior Russian MP says too early to speak of thaw in Russia-US tiesRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 2:26
NATO’s saber-rattling only impairs security of alliance's members — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 22, 20:20
Russian sledge hockey team may compete in 2018 Paralympics — IPCSport May 22, 18:53
PM Medvedev says envoy’s murder 'left imprint' on Russian consulate’s work in TurkeyRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 22, 18:40
MOSCOW, March 11. /TASS/. The song "A Million Voices" that Russian singer Polina Gagarina will perform at the 80th Eurovision contest, is supposed to be a "message of peace," the singer's producer said on Wednesday.
Konstantin Meladze told TASS Gagarina's performance at the contest will be romantic as "the song is sublime."
Meladze said that "A Million Voices" video clip was finished on Monday.
Gagarina, 28, is a winner of the Star Factory, a popular Russian music TV project.
Russia has taken part in the Eurovision since 1994 and won the song contest in 2008 with pop star Dima Bilan performing the song "Believe". -0-ir.