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Tunisian delegation visit Karama hospital in Gaza
Tunisian delegation visit Karama hospital in Gaza
[ 29/09/2011 - 07:28 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- A Tunisian delegation visiting the Gaza Strip paid a visit to the Karama Hospital. Dr.Ismail Nassar, the hospital's director, and his team of doctors met members of the delegation and took them on a tour of the hospital wings and operating theatres to see for themselves the services provided to patients by the hospital.

Dr.Nassar, explained to the delegation the way the hospital works and the shortage in medicine and equipment that the hospital suffers from.

Nassar also said that such visits open the gates of cooperation between the Gaza Strip and Tunisia.

Members of the delegation, for their part, expressed admiration for efforts of hospital staff to serve the patients despite the limited resources at hand.

At the end of the visit, members of the delegation thanked the hospital's administration and hospital staff for their hospitality.

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