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September 30, 2022

NATO to build a hospital in Romania?

NATO plans to build a hospital in Romania, on the Black Sea coast, Antena 3 reports. Neither Romanian, nor US officials confirmed the news, though images of the project were posted on the internet site of an architecture company that built other hospitals for NATO. According to the project, the 500-bed hospital will be located in Constanta. The upper floors will host the surgery area and the intensive care unit, while the underground will feature a supply facility, a kitchen and a wardrobe. Civilians too will be admitted to the hospital, but will have to pay for the medical services. NATO built similar hospitals near some of its military bases. Currently, the soldiers of the Kogalniceanu base are sent at hospitals in Turkey or Germany.

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