The first servicemen of the Ukrainian armed forces who were wounded during a Russian offensive have started medical treatment in Czech.
Czech Radio reports about this.
The first two patients began their treatment and rehabilitation course at the spa in Lázně Darkov on the outskirts of the country.
According to the spa manager Lenka Krotka, the first two patients will stay in the spa for at least a month.
Other Ukrainian servicemen will gradually go there.
The Regi Base Foundation, which has been assisting wounded soldiers, policemen and firefighters for 11 years, provides transportation and medical care for the ZSU soldiers.
"Last year we already treated soldiers from Georgia. In 2018, we had Ukrainian soldiers from Donbas wounded in the course of Russia's attack on Ukraine," Krotka said.
On September 15, two Ukrainian servicemen arrived in Lázně Darqui, who had sustained serious injuries during the fighting with the Russian army. The doctors and nurses at the sanatorium studied their histories of illness in order to create a more effective treatment plan.
In February, it became known that over 50 Ukrainian soldiers and law enforcement officers are being treated in Lithuania.
Ukrainian servicemen are also undergoing medical treatment in Poland.