Czech Republic offers Ukraine help with transportation and treatment of combatants in Ukraine's east
Foreign Affairs Minister of Czech Republic Lubomir Zaoralek has said that Czech Republic is ready to accept for treatment Ukrainian military men and civilians who have been injured during the counter-terror operation on the east of Ukraine.
In the course of the talk with journalists in Dnipropetrovsk he said he understands how serious this problem is, and how close Dnipropetrovsk region is to the combat zone.
Despite its limited means, the foreign minister said that if necessary, the Czech Republic is ready to send its special aircraft to help Ukrainian peaceful citizens in the east to deliver them for treatment to the Czech Republic.
Zaoralek noted that after the Maidan protests, 39 injured Ukrainians were sent to the Czech Republic, and even now some are still undergoing treatment there.