Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Thu93 2020

Last update18:06 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
Palestine
Haneyya: We are keen on improving the health sector in Gaza
Haneyya: We are keen on improving the health sector in Gaza
Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya stated Sunday that his government is keen on improving the health sector in the Gaza Strip by all means available in order to alleviate the citizens’ suffering from traveling abroad to receive medical treatmen
Monday, January 4,2010 23:52
PIC&Ikhwanweb

 KHAN YOUNIS -- Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya stated Sunday that his government is keen on improving the health sector in the Gaza Strip by all means available in order to alleviate the citizens’ suffering from traveling abroad to receive medical treatment.

His remarks came during the inauguration of the unit of cardiac catheterization and intensive care for children in the European hospital in Khan Younis.

Haneyya mandated, during his visit to the hospital, Dr. Basem Naim, the health minister, to devote himself completely to the ministry of health instead of being responsible for two ministries including the youth and sport ministry.

He also declared his government’s readiness to provide this new unit in the European hospital with emergency budgets and all needs necessary for heart surgery, so that heart patients will not have to leave Gaza for medical treatment.

 

tags: Haniya / Hamas / Gaza Siege / Health Ministry / Hamas Government / Palestinian Suffering / Gaza Strip / Basem Naim
Posted in Palestine  
Print
Related Articles
Health ministry: 141 types of medicines and medical items out of stock
Haneyya meets with British and US priests in Gaza
Naim: Turkey conference pledged 600 million Euros for Gaza projects
Gov’t provides UN fact-finding commitee with evidence for Israeli war crimes
Haneyya government resolves misunderstanding with UNRWA
Health ministry appeals for saving lives of hundreds of cancer patients in Gaza
Health ministry: Dozens of patients may die in case of a power outage
Health ministry: Two children die due to the siege and the politicized strike
Health ministry denounces IOA blackmail of the sick and wounded
Health ministry: Entire health services doomed to collapse due to siege
Naim: Siege turning into real danger heralding human catastrophe
An Appeal to Open Rafah Crossing Point Urgently