Over 60 doctors, paramedics and psychologists from Israel are offering assistance to Ukrainian refugees accommodated by at the Agudath Israel religious center in Chisinau.
Mihail Finckel, deputy director of the center, told IPN that Israeli specialists came to Moldova through the Ihud Atsala organization.
“Every day, about 300 new refugees come to the center. Some of them go further, to Romania, Israel, Austria or Germany. In total, over the last two weeks, the Agudath Israel Center in Chisinau has housed over 10,000 Ukrainian refugees,” said Mihail Finckel.
Israeli doctors and paramedics also offered first aid training to Moldovan volunteers working with refugees.
According to Mihail Finckel, the Israeli health professionals will remain in Moldova as long as the Ukrainian refugees will need them.