With only 30 days to go, a countdown clock has been installed in the centre of Yerevan for everyone to see.
Tigran Avinyan, Deputy Major for Yerevan, had the following to say:
“The event will be watched by millions of people from all over the world. This is a real celebration for our city. The Yerevan City Hall is specially preparing for the festive decoration and lighting of the city. This year, the main Christmas Tree of the republic will be lit by participants of the Junior Eurovision.”
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Author: Richard Taylor
Categories: Armenia, Eurovision 2021, Junior Eurovision 2022
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