Israel Send Field Hospital
By Micah Halpern
Israel has set up a field hospital in Western Ukraine. The hospital is named after a former prime minister, Israel’s Prime Minister Golda Meir.
The cost of the field hospital is $6.4 million. The hospital will obviously treat the wounded. It will also be equipped to function like any other hospital and treat everything form delivering babies to broken arms.
Placing the hospital in the west, close to the Ukrainian border with Poland, which is a NATO country, is an important – and not arbitrary, move. It signals to Russia that the hospital is there for humanitarian reasons.
Israel has previously deployed field hospitals like this one in various war zones and disaster areas. They are very effective and very important humanitarian aids.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett released a statement which read: “Establishing a field hospital there, in Ukraine, is an initiative that not many countries are capable of taking on themselves. … The State of Israel has this capability and we are getting underway. This is important and I am pleased that we — the Health Ministry and the Foreign Ministry, with the assistance of the Finance Ministry — are leading it.”
Israel continues to try to mediate between Ukraine and Russia. Israel is doing everything it can to save as many lives as possible.
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