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Directed by Mohammed bin Saeed .. Seychelles President lays foundation stone for new hospital on Lodge Island

Directed by Mohammed bin Saeed .. Seychelles President lays foundation stone for new hospital on Lodge Island

The President of the Republic of Seychelles, Wall Ramkalan, with the financial assistance of the United Arab Emirates, laid the foundation stone for a new hospital on the island of Lodge. Nahyan is the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.

The ceremony was attended by Ahmed Al Neyadi, Charge de Affairs of the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Victoria, Ahmed Affif, Vice President of the Seychelles, Becky Fedot, Sylvester Radhikund, Minister of Health, and Devika Vidot, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism. In addition to senior officials from the Ministry of Investment, Entrepreneurship and Industry, and the Seychelles Health Ministry, Rocky Ururin, National MP for Lodge Island.

During the groundbreaking ceremony for the project on Lodge Island, the island’s third most populous island, President Ramkalan said the medical building represents a milestone in Lodge Island’s history. Its leadership in funding the project, he said, is a “gift related to life and the human spirit.

In appreciation of the continued support of the United Arab Emirates, State President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan stressed that the historical relations of the United Arab Emirates have contributed to the development of the Seychelles in various fields. To his country, especially in strengthening the efforts of the health sector to deal with the epidemic. “Covit-19” and has its effects on the people of the Seychelles.

For his part, Al Naidi said the cost of building the hospital was about four million dollars, urging the friendly United Arab Emirates to provide the Seychelles with various forms of support in line with government policies in its foreign aid. .

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He added, “In support of strong ties, the United Arab Emirates looks forward to continuing work with the Seychelles until it completes this important project on the island, which will attract tourists from around the world.”

Al Naidi pointed out that the Lodge Island Hospital will be operated according to the latest international standards and specifications and will include emergency rooms, operating rooms, a dialysis unit, X-ray facilities and more.


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