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    Germany Donates Medical Equipment to Tunisian Military Hospital

    By Hend Hassassi | Mar 22 2012 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: Freuden Hammer ,Germany ,Habib Boughoul ,libyan crisis ,Military hospital of Tunis ,

    The German government donated medical equipment to the Military Hospital of Tunis to help the Tunisian national army deal more effectively with the situation in the refugee camps in southern Tunisia.

    Freuden Hammer, the chargé d’affaires of the German Embassy, declared that the medical equipment is intended to support the efforts of the Tunisian national army in the refugee camp of Shusha, Medenine.

    The materials donated include therapeutic devices for mobile surgery, as well as equipment for operating rooms, said the hospital director, Habib Boughoul, during a ceremony held yesterday at the military hospital.

    Hammer praised the national army’s handling of the Libyan refugee crisis – on both the medical and humanitarian level- following the influx of thousands of Libyan asylum seekers at the onset of the Libyan crisis, in February 2011.

    Source: TAP

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      It’s happy to hear good news that German government has donated medical equipment to Tunisian Military Hospital. A research is being made all over the world wide to develop latest and updated equipments for the hospital growth and is highly important for the national treasure……..

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