The Czech Republic will take the treatment of the Ukrainian military – Ambassador
In the near future, the Czech Republic will accept Ukrainian soldiers to treat the wounded on the eastern front.
This was stated in an interview with Ukrinform by the Ukrainian ambassador to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebynis.
“We have discussed the possibility of signing a technical agreement in the near future, which will make it possible to treat our injured soldiers in Czech medical institutions,” said the ambassador.
This subject was discussed at his recent meeting with the Czech Deputy Minister of Defense.
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Perebinis noted that the project will be fully funded by the Czech side at the expense of funds allocated by the government. The Czech Ministry of Defense is ready to send a plane to Ukraine with military doctors who will select the wounded who can receive the most effective care and deliver them to hospitals.
The exact number of injured has not yet been determined, it depends on the budget to be allocated.
“We expect to speak of a minimum of 10 wounded,” added the diplomat.
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He also informed that in addition to signing the corresponding agreement, it was necessary to await the complete opening of the borders. The practical implementation of this new project, according to the ambassador, will take place approximately in the fall.
Reminder: until this time, the Czech Republic did not accept wounded Ukrainian soldiers for treatment.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru