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Emergency medical aid centers receive 20 new ambulances

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The emergency medical aid centers in Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna are to receive 20 new and fully equipped ambulances, this country’s Ministry of Health announced.

The vehicles are bought with money allocated under the “Regions in Growth” Operational Programme.


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