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 Each physically challenged ATO veteran to obtain necessary prosthetics, Ukraine’s vice prime minister says

Those participants of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) who required prosthetics in 2015, including those provided abroad, have already obtained it.

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko said during the questions hour in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Censor.NET informs citing the government's press office.

"All the necessary prosthetics for our guys who required it abroad in 2015 have been provided as of today. Another eight ATO participants are currently undergoing preparation procedures for prosthetics," he said, adding that 14 ATO veterans had obtained prosthetics abroad in 2015.

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"All the necessary prosthetics for our heroes - ATO participants - this applies to prosthetics carried out both in Ukraine and abroad - will be provided in full this year as well. We have got sufficient funds and all facilities necessary for this purpose. We will provide each physically challenged ATO veteran with the necessary technical means, if need be, as well as prosthesis. You may have our ironclad guarantee," Rozenko assured.
 
 
 
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