After much criticism joins the government of Israel, that they will correct the check and allocate the necessary resources for the tv station CAN, there are for the conduct of the Eurovision Song Contest in may.
It comes after the European Broadcastingunion (EBU) on Monday came with a warning due to the level of security, writes The Jerusamlem Post.
In a letter to the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, requires the executive directors of the EBU, Jon Ola Sand and Frank-Dieter Freiling, that the safety work should go faster, and that there must be more money of. Otherwise the whole event would be jeopardised.
- Work can not continue, if not bombesøgningen become more efficient, writes in the letter.
Jon Ola Sand and Frank-Dieter Freiling also stresses that the recent rocket attacks in the city of Tel Aviv, which will form the framework of Eurovision, don't make the situation less serious.
- In the light of recent events in Tel Aviv this is already a sore point for the delegation. The new development will just raise more concerns and questions about the safety, they write.
the Eurovision Song Contest is settled on 14., 16. and 18. may in Tel Aviv.