Kharkiv launches Israeli projects on medical aid to anti-terrorist operation victims

The implementation of Israeli projects on medical and psychological assistance to those injured in the anti-terrorist operation area has been launched in Kharkiv.
Chairman of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration Ihor Baluta discussed this issue with Israeli Ambassador to Ukraine Eliav Belotserkovsky, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
“The implementation of several Israeli projects has been launched in Kharkiv. One of them concerns training for Ukrainian psychologists working with the military and citizens who came under shelling and received psychological trauma. Now we are introducing another program on work with priests. The representatives of various denominations from Kharkiv take part in this program. We also conduct training sessions for members of mobile ambulance crews, who will work in the anti-terrorist operation area,” Belotserkovsky said.
According to him, it is planned to implement programs on work with nurses and open a rehabilitation center in Ukraine.
Baluta, in turn, said that the experience in military surgery was relevant for Kharkiv physicians.
According to the ambassador, “all proposals for cooperation will be considered.”

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