WHO along with allies provides training for physicians in Ukraine
WHO along with allies provides training for physicians in Ukraine

World Health Organisation (WHO) provides continuous assistance to the war-torn country of Ukraine along with the support of the Embassy of Canada to Ukraine and the World Bank Europe and Central Asia. The alliance is also providing training for physicians caring for patients with COVID-19 & other diseases in outpatient practice.

“War conditions have changed the way doctors in Ukraine need to provide care, psychological support & prevent epidemics”, underscored the regional branch of WHO in Ukraine.

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The training being provided includes the treatment of displaced people, children, pregnant women & older people who live under the difficult conditions caused by the war in Ukraine.

During the recent summit of G7, the President of the European Union, Ursula Von Der Leyen, speaking on the Russia-Ukraine war, noted, “Standing with Ukraine for as long as it takes. Tackling energy prices spikes. Protecting the world from a food crisis. Investing in quality infrastructure. Democracies deliver. Even more so when they are united, this is what the G7 stands for”.

The 48th G7 summit was held from 26 to 28 June 2022 in Schloss Elmau, Krün, Bavarian Alps, Germany.

The EU further added, “EU-NATO cooperation is crucial to continue to strengthen Europe’s defence, from increased interoperability to military mobility”.

At the G7 meet, the leaders held discussions about the current global challenges faced by the countries, such as – launching the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment and Identifying local vaccine production and better preparedness as keys to fighting Covid-19.

Apart from this, the G7 leaders have also reaffirmed their support and assistance to Ukraine amid the Russian military invasion, which has destroyed the country, forcing millions of people to flee the warland.

Moreover, a survey was conducted, which revealed that at least 85% of the Europeans believe that the EU should reduce its dependency on Russian fossil fuels as soon as possible to support Ukraine.

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