World Bulletin / News Desk
An Egyptian health team of 20 people came to Turkey for setting up hospitals on Turkey-Syria border and to help the treatment of wounded ones in the region.
According to the Suez Canal Union's chairman Mohamed Muhamedin's notice that health team of 20 people including doctors, nurses and technicians have been sent to Turkey.
Muhamedin stated that health team will be joining the Arab Doctors Union and they have been sent with all the needed equipment to stay for three months.
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