Platini warns Ukraine on Kiev Stadium for 2012
"The partial blockage of exits from the stadium and its emergency routes, plus the limited area in which spectators can move about significantly raises the threat of poor security for fans," the site quoted Platini as saying in his letter.
"The conclusion leaves no doubt: the stadium, with limited space for movement, clearly cannot host matches for Euro 2012. We therefore hope and believe that the appropriate state bodies in Ukraine will adopt the necessary decisions immediately."
President Viktor Yushchenko, who played a key role in Ukraine and Poland jointly winning the right to host the 2012 European championship, issued a decree this month ordering the dismantling of the construction project.
Surkis, re-elected federation president last week, has been highly critical of the failure by officials to stop construction of the shopping and leisure centre by the 84,000-seat facility, denouncing it as a "depraved pratice of official inaction".