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Ukraine's Government adopts new military medical doctrine

The document provides for bringing the medical reform to the NATO standards till 2020
15:39, 31 October 2018

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Ukraine’s Government adopted a military medical doctrine of Ukraine at today’s session on October 31, 2018, as Ukrainian News reported.

As it was reported, the aim of the doctrine is to lead to a single standard the organizational grounds of the work of medical services regardless of subordination, understanding of the reasons for decrease of operational capability of the military and ways of its increase, the view for prevention, diagnostics, medical aid, evacuation, treatment and rehabilitation of the military, prevention of the combat stress. Besides, the document provides for a territorial principle of a medical care for the military and its integration into Ukraine’s medical space.

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It was specified that the standards of medical care remain the same both for peace and wartime. The introduction of the new standards, which comply with the policy of NATO medical care, will be conducted till 2020.

Besides, the document says that the production of medical supplies and medication and ground, water and aviation transport for evacuated injured will be promoted.

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Earlier, President Poroshenko entrusted the Government with the acceleration of development of a maritime doctrine, which will take into account current Russia’s actions in the Sea of Azov.

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