Hungarian media reported that the leg of a Hungarian soldier serving in the Kosovo Force, who was wounded in the May 29 clash between KFOR soldiers and Serb demonstrators in the Serb-held town of Zvecan in northern Kosovo, has been amputated.
While protesting in Zvecan in the north on 29 May, KFOR soldiers who were guarding the town hall were attacked by Serbs with hard objects.
It was announced that some of the Hungarian soldiers who were wounded in the attack were flown to Hungary on military planes the next day, and then-Minister of National Defense Christophe Szalay Boprovnytsky reported that a total of 27 soldiers were wounded.
The Hungarian Ministry of Defense reports that most of the soldiers have returned home, but the condition of the two soldiers is serious and they continue to be treated in hospital.
The statement said: “The Hungarian Defense Forces and military doctors are doing their best for their recovery. Despite the high level of medical care, after an initial interview with the patient, one of the cases requiring amputation, which was carried out at the National Rehabilitation Center on Friday, Taking into account the results of the treatments provided since the injury.
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