UEFA has banned the games in the regions with the military situation

УЕФА запретил проводить матчи в регионах с военным положением

The Executive Committee of UEFA has banned football matches in regions where martial law and places can only be reached through the region.

The Executive Committee of the Union of European football associations has banned the games in regions where martial law. On Monday, 3 December, the press service of UEFA.

Stated that the decision was taken at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Union on Monday.

It is also noted that the Executive Committee of UEFA has banned matches in places accessible only through a region where martial law.

In late November, UEFA announced that the postponed home match against Vorskla Ukrainian English Arsenal in the group stage of the Europa League from Poltava to Kiev due to the introduction of martial law in some areas of the country.

Besides Vorskla, the ban will affect Shakhtar Donetsk, home ground which this season is OSK Metalist in Kharkiv.

Earlier it became known that the match of the sixth round of the group stage of the Champions League between Shakhtar Donetsk and French Lyon, initially scheduled on Wednesday 12 December in Kharkov, will be moved to another city.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on 26 November approved a decree of President Petro Poroshenko on the introduction of martial law in ten regions in the country for 30 days after the incident with the capture of the Ukrainian Navy ships and sailors in the Kerch Strait.

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