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Prime Minister directs allocating funds for treating injured Taizis
[17/10/2017 08:35]

Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin-Daghr issued his directives to Ministry of Finance on Tuesday to deposit USA one million or equal sum by the Yemeni Rial in the account of the Medical Committee of Taiz Injured People at the Central Bank's branch in Taiz.

"Houthi-Saleh militias' war on the state in Taiz Province has left 20 thousand injured and the government's support to injured people in Taiz comes in implementation to directives of President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi," said bin-Daghr in a meeting with the Head of Medical Committee of Taiz Injured People and Director of the Military Hospital Mohammad al-Thawabi.

He added the committee should follow up all issues of the injured people in the province and those who receive treatment abroad and exhausted their cash and still need additional surgeries.

He also issued directives for repairing the magnetic resonance imaging at the military hospital in Taiz for conducting neurosurgery tests after targeted by the militias' shelling on the city and citizens.

On relating context, Prime Minister bin-Daghr authorized the Head of Artificial Limbs and Natural Rehabilitation Center in Taiz Dr. Mansour al-Wazi' to travel abroad for inspecting suitable offers for upper and lower 400 artificial limbs for Taizi injured people and for seeing modern machines for the purpose of making such limbs for people in different ages inside the country, who were injured by rebel militias' shells in Houthi-Saleh's barbaric war in Taiz.

He stressed on protecting the center in Taiz for its humanitarian importance and reporting to the government on the center's needs for making bids for buying the best offers.

Al-Thawabi valued support of the government and care of President Hadi of Taizi people.

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