The Czech government will provide treatment to 23 Ukrainians injured during the bloody anti-government protests in Kiev, a spokesman for the Czech Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. Czech authorities will on Thursday dispatch to airplanes to bring the injured protesters to Prague. The costs of the programme have been estimated at 10 million crowns. The Ukrainian citizens, who mostly suffered gunshot wounds, will be treated in Prague’s Motol and General University hospitals.
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