MORE LIBYANS TO BE TREATED IN BULGARIAN HOSPITALS
Politics | September 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00
Bulgarian hospitals will admit more Libyan patients was announced after a meeting between Libyan Ambassador to Sofia Farag Gibril and Health Care Minister Bozhidar Finkov. Libyan patients may be treated in specialized Bulgarian hospitals from next year. The Libyans now get qualified and modern treatment in Italy and Britain. The same treatment in Bulgaria is much cheaper. The difficult visa regulations during the passed few years stopped the Libyans to seek medical treatment in Bulgaria. Gibril said that his country has always treated the Bulgarian medical experts well. On September 22, the Tripoli Court is expected to rule on the trial against six Bulgarian medics detained on charges of infecting Libyan kids with the HIV virus.
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