Matches of Euro 2012 could play without the support of policies, because the tone rises between the European Union, and the Ukraine . The European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and European Commissioner for Justice,
The reason for this boycott is the fate of the former Ukrainian Prime Minister, , the face of the "revolution Orange "in 2004. Imprisoned since August 2011 for "abuse of power" when she was Prime Minister, she was sentenced to seven years in prison and is on hunger strike since April 20. The opponent 51-year protest against the violence which she believes to be a victim in prison. The Daily Telegraph points out that European leaders have long been concerned of that imprisonment. But disapproval has reached a milestone with the publication of photographs in Ukraine last week, showing bruises on the arms and abdomen of the opponent.