A tense work is required to organize the contest this year. The preparation is going in accordance with the schedule, according to Sietse Bakker.
‘The Baku Crystal Hall will be fully ready. Lorries carrying technical equipments for the contest have been already dispatched. We believe everything will run properly and timely,’ Bakker said.
Executive Supervisor of the contest Jon Ola Sand in turn said much work should be done till the event.
‘All these works should be done in order to hold Eurovision-2012 in the proper level. I see that a tense work is being conducted in this direction and everything will be completed until May. We also offer our support to this end,’ he said.