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Former CHP leader transferred to Germany for treatment
Former CHP leader transferred to Germany for treatment

In October, Deniz Baykal was taken to Ibni Sina Hospital in Ankara over blood clot in major artery

World Bulletin / News Desk

The former chairman of main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) Deniz Baykal was taken to Germany in order to receive physiotherapy treatment.

Baykal, who was taken to the hospital on Oct. 16 over a blood clot in a major artery, has been receiving treatment at Ibni Sina Hospital in the capital Ankara for 51 days.

According to hospital sources, Baykal will be transferred to a German center to receive physiotherapy and rehabilitation treatment.

The sources did not say which center he will be taken to.

Last month, Ankara University rector Erkan Ibis said Baykal could now move his hands and feet, and write.


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