Cabinet to partially cover abroad medical care

The Cabinet concluded in a singular pierce Wednesday to financially support 4 Lebanese patients – 3 children and a lady – who need to transport abroad for medical treatment, though deferred talks on a country’s telecommunications zone until subsequent week.

Although Wednesday’s special Cabinet assembly was creatively clinging to deliberating a telecommunications zone amid final for a prolongation of contracts for Lebanon’s dual mobile operators, Health Minister Wael Abu Faour had brought with him a files of 4 patients who urgently need surgery, including a liver transplant, outward Lebanon.

“The Cabinet concluded in a singular pierce to assistance in covering a losses of 4 patients – 3 boys and a lady – who need to bear surgeries abroad,” Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi told The Daily Star. He pronounced a costs of a 4 surgeries, including a liver transplant, are estimated during LL1 billion.

After debating a news by Telecommunications Minister Boutros Harb on a executive conditions of his ministry, a Cabinet motionless to continue deliberating a emanate subsequent Thursday.

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