NATO presents Trust Fund for treatment of wounded Ukrainian soldiers
Trust Fund will operate under the leadership of Bulgaria
The newly established NATO-Ukraine Trust Fund was presented at the headquarters of NATO in Brussels.
As reported, a key objective of the Fund is to provide equipment that is used for medical rehabilitation of wounded soldiers in Ukrainian hospitals.
In addition, the wounded Ukrainian soldiers in the ATO will be able to undergo treatment and medical rehabilitation in the hospitals of NATO member countries.
The Fund will also finance and organize training, expert conferences and seminars for psychologists working with the wounded Ukrainian soldiers.
Earlier it was reported that Bulgaria will head the a trust fund for the treatment of Ukrainian soldiers.
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