Wounded Ukrainian soldiers to be treated in Polish hospitals — PM of Poland Morawiecki
Some Ukrainian soldiers wounded in fighting are being taken to Polish hospitals for treatment, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said.
“Receiving Ukrainian soldiers in Poland is not common knowledge,” said Morawiecki. A special medical train will also run between Poland and Ukraine to transport those in need of hospital treatment, Euractiv reported.
In February 2022, the issue of admitting war-wounded Ukrainians to Polish hospitals was discussed when Deputy Health Minister Waldemar Kraska informed that as many as 120 Polish institutions were ready to prepare 7,000 hospital beds for soldiers from the east of Ukraine.
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