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The aggressive actions of Russia against Ukraine have been strongly condemned by the World Health Organization (WHO). Numerous hospitals have been destroyed as a result of shelling and rocket attacks, leading to a deterioration in access to medical services.

Source: VoA

During the WHO meeting, a resolution was passed which includes an assessment of the damage inflicted on Ukraine's healthcare sector by the Russian forces, "Voice of America" reports.

The resolution received 80 votes in favor, 9 against, and 52 abstentions.

According to information provided by the Ukrainian government to the WHO, the conflict has resulted in the damage of 1256 healthcare facilities across the country, including 177 that have been completely destroyed. Tragically, 237 medical workers and patients have lost their lives or sustained injuries.

Since the war began in Ukraine, the cost of medicine has risen by 12%. Despite this increase, the Ministry of Health does not attribute it to inflation, which stands at 14%.

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