Kosovo’s Minister of Health Arben Vitia and Swiss Ambassador to Pristina Tomas Colle signed an agreement for the “Integrated Health Services” project worth CHF5.5 million.
Gjakova and Ipek hospitals and some family medicine centers operating in some municipalities of these two regions will also benefit from this project.
According to the announcement of the Ministry of Health, this project focuses on non-communicable diseases and especially helps vulnerable groups who suffer from poor health in general, who face more difficult economic situations and who are more vulnerable to social exclusion.
In his statement on the occasion of the signing of this agreement, Minister Vitya stressed that he is pleased that this agreement focuses on issues such as non-communicable diseases and vulnerable groups.
Ambassador Cooley said that this project is another success in expanding cooperation between the two countries in the health sector.
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