Arsenal's European League game against Vorsk in Poltava on Thursday remains uncertain after the Ukrainian side has said it does not know where to play the game.
The Odeja decided to move the Group E game on Tuesday to Poltava Alexey Buhovsky Stadium – about 185 miles east of Kiev to the Olympic Stadium in the capital, for security reasons after the introduction of the war. This week, politicians in the country this week confirmed the proposal to establish a state of war in the areas most vulnerable to attacks after Russia has used three Ukrainian ships.
"The process is underway. We have applied for NSC Olimpiyskiy with a formal announcement of the possibilities for the game to be played," said Oleg Papildskis, vice-president of Vorskla.
"NSC Olimpiyskiy has not given any response so far. We are in standby. We are preparing Plan A and Plan B for the preparation of the B Stadium. We would like to play our stadium for our fans. [but] At the moment, we are organizing two games in different places [the organisation] will be carried out at the appropriate level, providing appropriate security measures. Now we are waiting for an answer from the Olympic stadium about whether they are ready to welcome us. "
Club later tweeted image team trainer on the way to Kiev. The arsenal looks at the situation that has already been qualified during the slaughtered stages with two games.
Uefa "works closely" with the Ukrainian Football Federation to ensure that the game will continue in Kiev. In his statement, "Urgent urgent decision to move the game to Kiev was based on the sudden introduction of war and the uncertainty of the security situation in some parts of Ukraine, and in particular in view of the extremely short deadlines available to assess all existing risks.
Uefa is working closely with the FFU to ensure that there is a race in Kiev. Uefa will send Ukraine top security experts to further assess the situation and possible security implications for the next Uefa competition. "