GNA defense ministry covers treatment expenses of the wounded in Benghazi war

GNA defense minister Mahdi Al-Barghathi with wounded military personals in the war in Benghazi. (Defense Ministry – Facebook)

The Minister of Defense in the Government of National Accord (GNA), Mahdi Al-Barghathi, ordered that the treatment expenses in Tunisia of injured and wounded military personals from the war in Benghazi, to be covered by the Ministry of Defense.

The media office of the Ministry of Defense indicated that medical sources in the military attaché said: “More than 90% of the cases in Tunisia of the wounded and amputees receive treatment at their own expense.”

“Colonel Al-Barghathi visited a clinic in the Tunisian capital to check on the condition of the wounded, accompanied by the Libyan military commander in Tunisia,” said the ministry’s media office on Saturday.

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