The first stage of the provision of the medical aid to the military and civilians released from the captivity of the pro-Russian militants is over. Natalia Zarytska, the Presidential Commissioner for Rehabilitation of Donbas Conflict Soldiers claimed this at the briefing as 112 Ukraine broadcasted.
'The first stage of the provision of the medical aid is over. The military got the treatment at the Central Military Clinic Hospital, the civilians got the primary survey at the Verkhnya Street and all those who need the hospital treatment or those who lived in the occupied territories stay in Feofaniya', she said.
Zarytska added that the rehabilitation stage begins on January 5.
'The military will stay at the military hospital to get the rehabilitation. We agreed with the management of the hospital that it will be closed for the mass media and the public during the period of the rehabilitation'.
Moreover, the specialists note the improvement in the health of the released.
'The guys did not retreat in themselves, they communicate, joke and their mood is normal. The state is the perspective. Their state improves after some sessions with the psychologists and we work with them', Vadym Svyrydenko, the Presidential Commissioner for Rehabilitation of Donbas Conflict Soldiers said.
Earlier Zarytska claimed that some of the released Ukrainian hostages in Donbas refused from the rehabilitation due to the unexpected pressure from the public and mass media
All details of the exchange process revealed at the chronicle of the long-awaited event.