"Everything's ready, everything's cool," Israel's representative in the Eurovision song contest, Eddie Butler, told Army Radio on Sunday morning.
Butler gave a phone interview from Ben Gurion Airport, where he was awaiting his flight to Greece, where this year's Eurovision will be held.
"It's just a pleasure to represent this country," Butler, who described himself as "competitive," said.
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