Ambulance station opened in Gizilhajili Village of Marneuli Region

Ambulance station opened in Gizilhajili Village of Marneuli Region
# 20 November 2008 14:30 (UTC +04:00)
Marneuli. Nizami Mammadzadeh–APA. An ambulance station built with sponsorship of Japan’s Embassy in Azerbaijan was opened in Gizilhajili Village of Marneuli Region of Georgia densely populated by Azerbaijanis. The station has 7 modern-equipped rooms, APA local bureau reports. The construction of ambulance station was initiated by the leader of non-governmental organization “reconciliation between religions and peoples in Tbilisi” Leila Gigilava and Akhund of the Friday Mosque in Tbilisi Mashadi Ali Aliyev. Japanese Ambassador to Azerbaijan Masamitsu Oiki, Health Minister of Georgia Sandro Gvitashvili, governor of Kvemo-Kartli region David Kirkitadze, Head of the Marneuli Executive Power Zaza Dekonoidze attended the opening ceremony. There are units of therapy, physical therapy, gynecology, pediatrics, dentistry in the station.
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