Whatever the name of the competition, which will become the Russian analogue of Eurovision, the main thing for artists is that it is fair and non-political, so that the skill and quality of the show is assessed, the singer believes Yulia Samoilovarepresenting Russia at Eurovision 2018. This is how she reacted in a conversation with Lenta.ru to the idea of creating an analogue of the competition in Russia.
“I think the idea is great. Let there be more platforms for implementation, let artists from other countries participate and win. “Eurovision”, “Intervision”, “Slavic Bazaar”, “Talent” and others, where there is creativity and exchange of the multiculture of our world – this all adds up to the common treasury of development,” the artist said.
Earlier about the proposal to create a domestic analogue of the Eurovision song contest called “Intervision” reported minister of culture Olga Lyubimova. According to the CEO Channel One Konstantin Ernst, there will be no political restrictions or influences in the competition. “We count on the active participation of countries BRICS (BrazilRussia, India, China, South Africa) and invite all other countries to join this initiative,” he said.https://musicnewsfirst.com/