The  European Broadcasting Union  has issued a brief statement on Tuesday in response to the controversy generated by last Saturday’s voting in the Eurovision final .

Specifically, the EBU explains that it  continues to review the possible “irregular voting patterns” that it detected in six countries during the second semifinal , but points out that it needs “more time” to be able to reach definitive conclusions.

“The process needs to be concluded before we can make further comments,” the organization said in a statement after criticism from countries such as Romania, whose jury votes were not taken into account during the final due to suspicions. Montenegro, Azerbaijan and Georgia are other territories involved in this matter.

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