UKRAINIAN MINISTER WILL CHECK HOSPITALS AT THE ADMINISTRATIVE BORDER LINE WITH CRIMEA AND KHERSON
Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine Oksana Koliada is planning to check the hospital closest to the peninsula on the Ukrainian mainland in Kalanchak, Kherson Oblast.
She announced this on October 23 during a visit to a hostel in Kherson, where displaced persons from the occupied territories of Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts and annexed Crimea are accommodated.
«Today we will go to Kalanchak. I want to see the capabilities of the hospital. I know that this hospital is obliged to receive residents of Crimea. In Kyiv, I met quite a lot with families, in particular, political prisoners from Crimea; they talked about the problems of medical support in the occupied Crimea. It is at an unsatisfactory level right now, so today Mr. Yuriy (Gusev, head of Kherson Regional State Administration) and I will talk about increasing the functional capacity of hospitals in Kherson Oblast in order to serve as many people who live in Crimea, as possible», ‒ reported Koliada.
The Minister plans to visit the check points at the administrative border line with Crimea and Kherson Oblast.
Also, according to the Minister, the Ministry is working on ensuring optimal and quick obtaining of services by Crimeans in Ukrainian mainland, including administrative ones.