Two veteran centers are already in operation
“Today we went through the contents of the program in detail, and we expect very soon that Ukraine will prepare the first 20 wounded who will be accepted by the Croatian hospital system in accordance with their diagnosis, and after the completion of the treatment, a rehabilitation program will follow in our veterans’ centers,” said Medved, as reported by Index.
Two veteran centers are already in operation, and soon there will be two more, added the Minister of Defense. Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic and Medved arrived in the Ukrainian capital today by train in complete secrecy.
Plenkovic will participate in the meeting at the “Bucha – Russia’s responsibility for crimes in Ukraine” summit, and before the start of the summit, he met with the Ukrainian leadership. The crimes in Bucha “showed the true face of Russian aggression – intimidation of the Ukrainian people and committing crimes,” said Plenkovic.
“Our support to Ukraine will continue, be it political, financial, humanitarian, or military”
“The Ukrainian leadership, the Ukrainian people, Ukrainian soldiers, and policemen have shown the world what it means to fight for freedom, what it means to be a patriot,” he added. Plenkovic said that the international community has shown solidarity with Ukraine, “the likes of which has not been seen for decades” and that solidarity and unity in support of that country will remain “strong.”
“Our support to Ukraine will continue, be it political, financial, humanitarian or military,” the Croatian Prime Minister emphasized.
“All colleagues are aware of what it means to come here in person, however, the path is now much longer and more complicated, but if someone decides to take that path – it means that he has a big heart for Ukraine,” said the Croatian ambassador to Ukraine, Anica Djamić, about Plenković visit to Ukraine, the second since the beginning of the Russian invasion.
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