Russian military doctors set up a field hospital in Stepanakert

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Russian military doctors set up a field hospital in Stepanakert

Russian military doctors set up a field hospital in Stepanakert

In ready mode. Russian military doctors have set up a field hospital in Stepanakert, according to the MIR 24 TV channel.

Several modules were placed on the territory of the local airport. They have everything you need for an emergency, including oxygen equipment and ventilators. In total, over 120 military doctors and fifty pieces of equipment will be transferred to the city.

“At the same time, up to forty people – wounded, sick, affected – of both surgical and therapeutic pathology, as well as with the possibility of re-profiling on completely infectious rails, are ready to place on their funds,” said the head of the medical unit Yaroslav Ivanov.

Russian peacekeepers are in Karabakh in accordance with an agreement between the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. In early November, the parties agreed to a ceasefire in the region.

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