Lithuania’s support for refugees from Ukraine was underlined by the Health and Food Safety Commissioner Stella Kyriakidou at a press conference in Vilnius.
“Our support to Ukraine is ongoing and will continue for as long as neededMs. Kyriakidou noted, pointing out that “more than 1,300 Ukrainian patients have been transferred for treatment in European hospitals.”
“We have also delivered 5 million iodine tablets in case of a nuclear emergency,” the European Commissioner said.
He also mentioned that the EU has created medical hubs in Poland, Romania and Slovakia, in order to facilitate the transport of patients fleeing the war in Ukraine.
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