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Iran to build hospital on border with Afghanistan

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KABUL: A hospital has been said to be built on the border between Afghanistan and Iran, a statement from the Ministry of Public Health said the other day.
In a meeting with the Iranian caretaker for the Iranian embassy to Kabul, Sayed Hussain Muratazavi, the country’s acting Minister of Public Health, Dr. Qalandar Ebad said that besides building of the hospital along the two countries’ border, views were exchanged with the Iranian side for the continuation of construction work of two other hospitals in the capital Kabul and Bamyan province. Thanking the cooperation of the Iran to build the hospital and its cooperation in continuation of two other hospitals, the acting Public Health Minister assured that a delegation would be tasked to go ahead with the process. Dr. Ebad said that the current structures of the health system were not enough for the people and efforts were being made to use a new structure with quality health services for the Afghans, the statement quoted.
He asked the caretaker of the Iranian embassy in Kabul to allocate the hospital being built in Afshar area, west of Kabul, for the cancer patients, which was welcomed.
Meanwhile, the Iranian acting ambassador to Kabul assured of his country’s cooperation with Afghanistan and asked the country’s ministry of public health to share their problems relating to medicines, COVID-vaccination and measles immunization to be addressed duly.
This is while neighboring Pakistan was also planned to build two hospitals along with the border points of Spin Buldak and Turkham with Afghanistan.
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