The Russian government and the World Health Organization (WHO) are currently exploring the possibility of sending medical teams to Palestine that could cover the treatment of 100,000 patients after the Israeli bombing campaign ended and Palestinian missiles launched from the enclave, according to what the Russian Foreign Ministry said made known.
“The Ministry of Emergency Situations is studying the implementation of a joint project with WHO to provide ten medical modules for the treatment of non-infectious diseases and ten surgical modules for the needs of the Palestinian Ministry of Health,” the statement said. sent this Saturday.
This amount of medical equipment will support 100,000 patients for three months and perform 1,000 surgical procedures, according to the text.
The ministry recalls that “this aid is needed more than ever for Palestine, which is in a difficult situation,” while the government “is doing everything possible to ensure that the recent escalation of tensions will facilitate cooperation with Palestine in sending and receiving the Sputnik – Vaccine not affected. V “.
“The relevant plans are under development and the dispatch of pharmaceuticals must take place within the period agreed by the parties,” the statement said.