December’s injured arrive at Ukraine for treatment
At the forefront of those receiving December’s injured in Ukraine was the Acting Chargé d’Affairs of the Sudanese Embassy at the Ukraine capital, Kiev, along with representatives of the Sudanese community from the western city of Odessa.
The Sudanese community in Nikolayev, Ukraine, received the first delegation of those injured during December’s revolution, brought over to receive treatment in one of the major medical institutions in Ukraine.
4 of the revolution’s injured had left Khartoum on Friday to Ukraine to receive treatment.
The quartet that left consisted of Saleh Hussein Musa, Youssef Magdy al-Sayed, Muhammad Haroun, Muddathir Musa Mukhtar, and those who were paralyzed due to injuries left.
Their deportation came in cooperation with the Technical Committee to deal with the cases of those injured during the revolution.
At the forefront of the recipients in Ukraine was the Acting Chargé d’Affairs of the Sudanese Embassy in the capital, Kiev.
Representatives from the Sudanese community in the city of Odessa, led by the former president of the Sudanese community in Ukraine, Khalaf Allah Ismail, were also present.
A number of Sudanese also participated in the reception, who were keen to reach the city stationed hours away from them, awaiting at the airport until the delegations arrived and escorting the injured to their residence.
For their part, the Acting Chargé d’Affairs and the former head of the Sudanese community worked to overcome obstacles related to immigration laws with the Ukrainian authorities, paving the way for the arrival of the injured to their residential areas and reassurance on them.
The injured are scheduled to undergo surgery in the coming days.