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Russia treats dozens of wounded Syrian military personnel

Russia treats dozens of wounded Syrian military personnel

Damascus, Aug 11 (Prensa Latina) At least 24 Syrian soldiers seriously wounded as a result of counterterrorist operations in Syria are receiving treatment at the Saint Petersburg Center of the Russian Military Medical Academy, the program 'Wounded of the Homeland' reported.
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The entity made a statement explaining that the wounded suffer from different degrees of disability and need to undergo complex interventions and orthopedic, neurological, ophthalmic, maxillary and general surgery treatments.

The initiative is part of the continued cooperation between Syria and Russia in the military and medical field, and to complete the treatment of cases classified as difficult and complex of military personnel who received serious wounds.

According to the statement a group of Russian medical specialists examined more than 100 wounded in Syrian military hospitals and assured that the results of the treatment in Russia cannot be predicted due to the extreme complexity of the wounds, but they assured that they will put all their experience in order to achieve the recovery of the personnel.

Dozens of Syrian army doctors were trained in Russia in recent years while hundreds of the wounded received treatment.

The ‘Wounded of the Homeland’ program is supervised by the first lady Asmaa al-Assad and takes care of those affected from the first moment of their treatment until they secure a project to support their family.

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