The Czech government will provide treatment for another 10 to 15 injured Ukrainian protestors, a spokesman for the country’s Interior Ministry said on Tuesday. The injured protestors will be airlifted to Prague on Wednesday as part of the international Medavac programme; they are to receive treatment in Prague’s General University and Motol hospitals. Last week, 27 wounded anti-government activists arrived in Prague. The overall cost of the programme has been estimated at over 18 million crowns.
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