The Security Service of Ukraine will study the question of entry of Yulia Samoilova, the representative of Russia at the Eurovision 2017 international song contest. Olena Hytlianska, the press secretary of the Security Service of Ukraine, wrote this on her Facebook page, Ukrainian News Agency reports. "The SBU will study the question before making a weighted decision regarding her (Yulia Samoilova's) entry to the territory of Ukraine," reads the statement. The press secretary notes that a position of the SBU will be based on the Ukrainian legislation and national security interests. The position of the Security Service of Ukraine will be published additionally. Mass media have reported that Yulia Samoilova performed in Russia-annexed Crimea. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the O. Torvald rock-band will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision 2017 international song contest. The Ukrainian steering committee for Eurovision 2017 has selected Kyiv to host the international song contest in May 2017. Ukraine won the Eurovision 2016 contest in Stockholm, Sweden. The first semifinal of the song contest will be on May 9 and the second semifinal will be on May 11. The final of the contest will be on May 13, 2017.