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 British photojournalist Nunn wounded in Avdiivka gradually regains sight, - ATO speaker

Left eye of British photojournalist Christopher Nunn wounded in Avdiivka sees almost perfectly while the another one started responding to light.

Spokesperson for Ukraine's Defense Ministry on anti-terrorist operation (ATO) issues Oleksandr Motuzianyk told a briefing today, Censor.NET reports.

"Photojournalist Christopher Nunn wounded in Avdiivka continues receiving medical care in Dnipro City. He gradually regains his sight. Christopher's right eye has recovered by 90 percent. The left eye, which sustained major damage, has started responding to light," he said.

Watch more: Fighting in Avdiivka: shop that never closed, by BBC. VIDEO

As reported, British photographer Nunn was wounded in militants' strike on Avdiivka on Feb. 2. The journalist was evacuated to the 66th military hospital with eye trauma and was later taken to Mechnikov regional hospital in Dnipro City after medical survey. Nunn was later transferred to the specialized eye care clinic after necessary tests, where the doctors performed an operation on his left eye. The doctors expressed hope that Nunn will completely regain his sight, but noted that treatment and rehabilitation would take long.
 
 
 
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