1. 00:00Various of shot of Kiev pedestrian area with preparations of fan zone
2. 00:10 Mid shot of Euro 2012 fan shop
3. 00:14 Close up of sign
4. 00:20 Wide of building with Euro 2012 countdown clock
5. 00:24 Mid shot of Euro 2012 countdown clock
6. 00:28 Close up of Euro 2012 countdown clock
7. 00:34 Wide of people setting up tents on street
8. 00:45 Various of signs with Euro 2012 logos
9. 00:55 Various of people walking
10. 01:04 Wide Local Organising Committee of Ukraine press conference
11. 01:08 Close up of Euro 2012 logo
12. 01:12 SOUNDBITE: (Ukrainian) Markiyan Lubkivsky, Local Organising Committee Director in Ukraine (Responding to former England international Sol Campbell's comments that England fans shouldn't travel to Ukraine because of the threat of racism and violence): "I don't see any dangers for citizens of different nationalities to stay in Ukraine. We will be glad to see everybody. We are getting ready for the great football festival. Well, if the player (Sol) Campbell has such a vision, than it is his own point of view, and it can not be projected for the whole country. On the other hand, it (his statement) is simply insolent for us, and we do not understand the aim of such a statement. The best way is to come and to get fun from football."
13. 01:51 Cut away Logo
14. 01:55 SOUNDBITE: (Ukrainian) Markiyan Lubkivsky, Local Organising Committee Director in Ukraine (Saying that stadia and airport are ready to host Euro 2012) " We have no questions about all our airports, the same goes for all our stadia. All of us are waiting for a wonderful championship."
15. 02:05 Various shots of National Olympic stadium in Kiev
Local Organising Committee Director in Ukraine Markiyan Lubkivsky on Tuesday (29th May) described Sol Campbell comments as "insolent", after the former England defender warned fans not to travel to the UEFA European Championships in Ukraine and Poland because of fears of racism and violence.
The Ukrainian city of Kiev marked ten days to go until the start of the UEFA European Championships on Tuesday (29th May), which Ukraine are co-hosting with Poland.
But it was a day that the Local Organising Committee Director in Ukraine Markiyan Lubkivsky came out in defence of Ukraine and Poland, after former England defender Sol Campbell warned fans to stay away from Euro 2012 because of fears of racism and violence.
Lubkivsky described Campbell's comments as "insolent" and added "I don't see any dangers for citizens of different nationalities to stay in Ukraine".
Campbell told BBC's Panorama programme that the tournament should never have been awarded to Poland and Ukraine and advised fans to "stay home, watch it on TV".
With ten days remaining until the start of the tournament fan zones are being constructed in the four host cities in Ukraine.
Lubkivsky said that there were concerns about the stadia or airports, which he said were ready for the tournament.
The first round of matches at Euro 2012 are on June 8th when Poland host Greece, followed by Russia's game with the Czech Republic.
The first match to take place in Ukraine will be on June 9th when the Netherlands face Denmark at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv, followed by Germany's match against Portugal at Arena Lviv in Lviv.
Kiev will have to wait until June 11th to host its first match when the co-hosts Ukraine play Sweden in a Group D game.