Foreign journalists covering Eurovision-2012 pleased with created conditions (PHOTO)
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 23 / Trend E. Mehdiyev /
Foreign journalists are satisfied with the conditions created in Baku Crystal Hall, where Eurovision-2012 song contest is being held.
"Excellent conditions have been created for us," representative of the large media company in the Netherlands sjb-media Spike Jan Bousema told Trend today. "When we started working here, we thought that there will be problems with the Internet. But everything has been organized at a high level."
He said that the Azerbaijani government has done much to prepare for Eurovision-2012 song contest.
Reuters representative Margherita Antidze said that all the conditions have been created for the journalists covering Eurovision-2012 song contest.
"We are very pleased with the conditions, including technical equipment," she told Trend.
Norwegian television NRK employee Ragne Nordenbarg liked the location of the hall very much.
"I can say that everything has been organized at the highest level," she told Trend. "We are working in a very comfortable atmosphere."
San Marino national television "SMtv" employee Gianmaria Morosini said that he could not even imagine such conditions for the work.
"Honestly I do not expect that everything will be organized at such a high level," he told Trend. "Azerbaijan has been prepared for the contest at the highest level."