100 Libyan children to arrive in Jordan for treatment

14:57, June 01, 2011      

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Jordan's Private Hospitals Association said Tuesday that a total of 100 Libyan children injured during the unrest in Libya will arrive for treatment in the Arab kingdom next week, the state-run Petra news agency reported.

The association has already coordinated with several private hospitals for the treatment of the injured Libyan children, the association's executive director Abdullah Hindawi said.

He added that the hospitals will shoulder the cost of treatment and accommodation for the injured, while the Royal Medical Services will transfer the injured from Libya to the kingdom.

These injured children were chosen by a Libyan medical committee, according to Hindawi.

Source: Xinhua
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