UEFA backtracked on its plan after 12 of 55 member federations vowed to boycott games against Russian teams, participating in the European Championships.
With the graves of Ukrainian children targeted and murdered by Russian forces still fresh, UEFA has seen fit to allow the next generation of Russian football talent back onto the international sporting stage that banned them in protest just last year.
Ukraine, England, Poland, Latvia, and Sweden oppose the readmission of Russian teams to European football.
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