Armenia will host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The executive director of the state-funded Public Television of Armenia, Hovhannes Movsisyan, informed about this on Facebook.
"As a result of negotiations with the European Broadcasting Union, it has been confirmed that Armenia will host Junior Eurovision next year. We must all prepare for this large-scale event as of tomorrow already. We need the support of each and every one of you here. Well, welcome to Armenia," Movsisyan wrote.
As reported earlier, Armenia’s representative Malena won the Junior Eurovision 2021 held on December 19 in Paris.
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