WHO Director traveled to kyiv to deliver 20 ambulances

The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, traveled to kyiv to meet with the organization’s staff and evaluate possible ways to increase assistance to war victims, and to deliver of 20 all-terrain ambulances.

“I know the horror that people in Ukraine experience and I want peace to return here and in every corner of the world,” Tedros said in a message posted recently on his Twitter account, through which he reported his stay. in the Ukrainian capital.

In kyiv, he held several meetings to see how to improve WHO aid to that country, to which he himself gave, on behalf of the organization, a donation of 20 ambulances that can reach places of difficult access, as well as generators and refrigerators of blood for hospitals that need it most.

The head of the WHO, who was born in Eritrea, recalled that he knows how children and adults trapped in this conflict feel because, as a child, he experienced “the smell, the sound and the devastation of war.” (EFE)

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