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"We have repeatedly asked Ukrainian officials and representatives of the local authorities in all of the cities hosting the tournament to take all of the necessary measures to resolve the situation with homeless animals in a civilized way," he said at a meeting with Princess Maja von Hohenzollern, who is the ambassador of the European Animal and Nature Protection Association.

The German princess, in turn, noted that the situation with this problem in Ukraine had improved since she last visited in the autumn of 2011, in particular, in Kyiv, Lviv and Donetsk.

She noted that well-directed work on the construction of shelters was being conducted in these cities and programs for the sterilization of stray animals were being implemented, often with support from private investors and international animal rights organizations.

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