Pakistani doctors treat Afghan patients in Kabul


A team of eye specialists including Pakistani doctors treated a large number of patients in Kabul on Monday under a three-day free camp organized by Pak-Afghan Cooperation Forum.

The first day of the medical camp witnessed a large number of patients with eye problems, who were given a proper medical treatment including eye checkups, examinations, and surgeries.

Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmed Khan said Pakistan was planning to expand cooperation with Afghanistan in the health sector.

“An eye camp by Pakistani specialists commenced on Monday at Jinnah Hospital Kabul. In next three days, free medical advice and treatment will be rendered for our Afghan brothers and sisters,” he tweeted.

The camp, set up at the capital’s Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital, will run till Wednesday, where the doctors and paramedics will provide medical assistance to the Afghan patients.

Earlier, the same medical camp was organized in the Afghan city of Khost from November 18-20, where eye specialists from Pakistan examined 2523 patients and carried out 324 surgeries.

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