Junior Eurovision 2020 will take place in autumn in Warsaw

Junior Eurovision 2020 will take place in autumn in Warsaw. KIEV. May 18. UNN. The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will take place this year in Warsaw. The European Language Union announced that it is planned to hold it on November 29, UNN reports with reference to Public Broadcasting.

This year’s motto of the “Move the World” competition is designed to remind of the power of unity. As a child, it seems to us that all important things are done by famous people: scientists, astronauts, athletes and actors. But this is not the case: every day, millions of people around the world perform their duties honestly, moving the world.

“The events of recent months have shown us the value of unity, kindness and cooperation. Big music projects, such as the Eurovision Song Contest, are important because they inspire optimism and hope. The slogan of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest “Shift the World” emphasizes the importance of positive actions for the common good. One such action is the Eurovision Song Contest. I am glad that after the success of last year’s event, TVP was again chosen as the organizer of this incredible musical event, ”he said. at. TVP President Maciej Lopinski.

Note that the Polish public broadcaster (Telewizja Polska) will host Junior Eurovision 2020 for the second time in a row.

It will be recalled that last year Ukraine was represented at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest by Sofia Ivanko with the song The Spirit of Music. Ukraine will also take part in the Junior Eurovision 2020. The national selection, which will take place online, will be announced at the beginning of the summer.

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held for the first time in 2003. Since then, a total of 39 countries have taken part. For 14 years of participation in the competition, Ukraine won: first place in 2012 – Anastasia Petryk, 2008 and 2013 second places – Victoria Petryk and Sofia Tarasova, respectively, fourth place in 2018 – Daryna Krasnovetska, in 2009 fifth place – Andranik Aleksanyan.