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gollob | 18:05 Tue 26th Jan 2021 | Media & TV
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One of the outlines was Cyprus. Would you include this as part of Europe even though it is in the EU

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Well yes - surely. Cyprots are Europeans - apart from the Turkish area in the North.
Well I feel like I don’t have a say in this and I’m really fine with whatever other people say cause I don’t get into this stuff
yes what else would it be? It's a long way west of the Dardanelles.
Yes.

Full list:
* Albania
* Andorra
* Armenia
* Austria
* Azerbaijan
* Belarus
* Belgium
* Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Bulgaria
* Croatia
* Cyprus
* Czechia
* Denmark
* Estonia
* Finland
* France
* Georgia
* Germany
* Greece
* Hungary
* Iceland
* Ireland
* Italy
* Kazakhstan
* Kosovo
* Latvia
* Liechtenstein
* Lithuania
* Luxembourg
* Malta
* Moldova
* Monaco
* Montenegro
* Netherlands
* North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia)
* Norway
* Poland
* Portugal
* Romania
* Russia
* San Marino
* Serbia
* Slovakia
* Slovenia
* Spain
* Sweden
* Switzerland
* Turnkey
* Ukraine
* United Kingdom (UK)
* Vatican City (Holy See)
Turkey, not Turnkey.
Cyprus yes
Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan no
Where else would it be? It's not Asia or Africa which are the only alternative (if you're talking continents)
I never doubted it was Europe.

Some say the test is if they are in Eurovision, but that's not true is it?
Hardly.
Eurovision reflects membership of the EBU (if it's still called that) which has members from outside Europe.

Politically and culturaly Europe, but geographically Asia
Armenia and Kazakstan are not part of Europe by any sensible measure and only a small part of Turkey is
Hopkirk - // Some say the test is if they are in Eurovision, but that's not true is it? //

No it's not.

Eurovision - as in the Song Contest - is a series of territories that receive broadcasts from the Eurovision broadcasting organisation, which boadcasts to nations outside Europe itself, so no, Eurovision is not a definition of a European territory.

You have to be in Europe to be a European territory you don't have to be in Europe to receive Eurovision broadcasts.
Thanks Andy for solving the mystery of when Australia and Israel had become part of Europe in Terry Wogans time.
Am pretty sure Hopkirk knew that really
yes, it's not considered part of Africa.

Whether it's one country or two is another question.
Armenia has far more in common with Europe than with China - including being the first Christian country, well ahead of Rome.
bob - // Thanks Andy for solving the mystery of when Australia and Israel had become part of Europe in Terry Wogans time. //

No problem.

In passing, can I just say that I loathe Terry Wogan even nore than I loathe Gloria Hunniford - and say no more than that, for obvious reasons!!

Thanks.

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