Nine Ukrainians arrive in Czech Republic for medical treatment


Nine Ukrainians have arrived in the Czech Republic for medical treatment. Seven were taken to hospitals in Prague after landing on a Czech Army plane at the city’s Kbely military airport on Tuesday. The remaining two are to receive treatment at a teaching hospital in Ostrava as part of the Medevac project. A Czech Interior Ministry spokesperson said the patients were mainly displaced persons from Eastern Ukraine; a number require treatment for injuries sustained due to the conflict in the region.