Five Transcarpathian soldiers were sent for treatment in Hungary

23 June 2015 12:27  44101826 0102845
Five Transcarpathian soldiers were sent for treatment in Hungary

Today, five Transcarpathian soldiers, who were wounded during the military operation near Debaltseve, were sent for treatment in the central military hospital in Budapest. At the crossing point "Luzhanka-Beregsurany" they were sent to hospital by two ambulance vehicles. Our soldiers were accompanied by the Chairman of the Regional Council Volodymyr Chubirko, the deputy head of the Health Care Department of the Regional State Administration Yelizaveta Birov, the Consul General of Hungary in Uzhgorod Jozsef Bochkai and in Beregovo Endre Salipski

Those are five soldiers from Vynogradiv, Perechyn district, the city of Uzhgorod and two from Perechyn district. Their treatment and rehabilitation abroad was arranged by the Transcarpathian Regional Council Chairman Volodymyr Chubirko and Hungarian partners. With his assistance, all the soldiers received travel passports, Hungarian diplomats quickly opened for them visas. 
"From the border to the Hungarian capital they will be taken by ambulances. In total, the neighbors can take 20 soldiers for treatment.

Sincere thanks to the Hungarian government for this. I also thank the Deputy Head of the Health Care Department of the Regional State Administration Yelizaveta Birov and the Consuls General of Hungary in Uzhgorod Jozsef Bochkai and in Beregovo Endre Salipski for coordinating the work," - the Chairman of the Regional Council said.

Yelizaveta Birov who coordinated the project, said that the soldiers had already been treated in medical institutions of Ukraine - Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Mukachevo. They have different kinds of injuries, and need counseling, treatment and rehabilitation abroad. And this assistance will be provided to them.

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