Ireland and Belarus have agreed on child rehabilitation

The parties discussed the ability to continue the healing and recreation programs in Chernobyl kids this country.
As stated by the Irish media ministry spokesman Foreign Affairs, "Both sides now have a clear awareness of it must do it. "He quoted the minister as to what Ireland" seeks to meet the requirements of Minsk on follow-country visit Belarusian babies. "
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ireland also expressed hope that the two sides "will come to a positive solution of the problem, as a result of which the Belarusian kids will continue to go abroad."
It is reported that the International Organization of Chernobyl Children’s Project International (CCPI) in Dublin welcomed the outcome of these negotiations.
As the head of applets Adie Roach "very hard verbalize all the gratitude to the organization’s activists have Irish Minister and his colleagues. "
"We are also very proud of the Irish people, who unanimously supported the organization’s efforts in abolishing the ban," said Adie Roach.
She recalled that since the beginning of 1991, the CCPI project in Ireland their health trimmed about 17 thousand children of Chernobyl. Tags: Ireland, Chernobyl

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