VILNIUS - A team of Lithuanian medical volunteers will travel to Armenia in June to help the South Caucasus country combat the spreading coronavirus and its consequences.
The team, including eight medical workers, a logistics specialist and an operations manager, will spend two weeks in Armenia, Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius told BNS on Wednesday.
"They will leave for two weeks to help a country that is in a very difficult situation: people are queuing to be admitted to hospitals and intensive care wards (because of) a lack of beds and m...
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