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Well-Equipped Neuron-Surgical Hospital Opened in Kabul

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Sunday, April 16, 2017
Kabul (BNA) The most well-equipped neuron-surgical hospital constructed by UAE was inaugurated yesterday by Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
In opening ceremony held on this occasion with participation of United Arab Emirates representative and officials for ministry of public health, the country’s chief executive said UAE by constructing Shaikh Zaed hospital has shown its recommitment to continued cooperation and assistance to Afghanistan.
Praying to the souls of those UAE diplomats martyred in Kandahar incident, chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah said the UAE diplomats visiting the province for implementation of development projects were martyred by Taliban.
Dr. Abdullah by praising UAE for its assistance and cooperation with Afghanistan said the country had helped Afghanistan in various sectors in particular reconstruction process and construction of the hospital was an example of the assistance.
He instructed leading panel of the public health ministry to necessarily make use of the hospital’s possibilities and equipment so that Afghan citizens could see its positive results, adding that the national unity government was trying to strengthen and expand the respective hospital in order to address health problems of Afghanistan people inside the country.
The country’s chief executive also instructed ministry of public health to take practical steps towards collecting and reproducing health trashes as the issue would face health of the people and environment with serious threats, adding that negligence in this regard could not be accepted. In the ceremony, UAE acting ambassador to Kabul Ahmad Nasir al-Khwaja and minister of public of health also briefed related to importance and need of the hospital.
It is worth mentioning that the 100-bed hospital has been constructed by Shaikh Zaed bin Sultan Welfare Organization.

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