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Greek Health Minister Arranges to Send Medical Supplies to Ukraine

ATHENS – Health Minister Thanos Plevris and Deputy Health Minister Zoe Rapti spoke on the phone with the Deputy Health Minister of Ukraine, Iryna Mykychak, and the country’s Deputy Minister of European Policy, Oleksi Iaremenco, to be briefed on the exact needs they have in medicines, medical equipment, supplies and MoD (mobile dispensing), according to a ministry announcement on Tuesday.

The Ukrainian ministers asked for medicine, surgical equipment, diagnostic tools and equipment for COVID-19. The Greek health ministry will collect and send medicines and healthcare supplies to Ukraine.

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