Boris Johnson steps up to support Ukrainian hospitals

The former British Prime Minister moved on Friday, November 25, to a warehouse in north London where medical equipment was stored.

These are unusual pictures. The former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson published on Saturday, November 26, photos in which he participates in the preparation of packages containing medical equipment on the way to Ukraine? “Ukraine’s hospitals need our support“, he wrote in a tweet, calling for donations to Ukrainian hospitals. In the posted photos, he is driving a truck or packing boxes.

He was on his way to a warehouse in Enfield, north London, on Friday 25 November. Medical equipment was collected from the hospital supplier Circle Health, British media reports. Boris Johnson was accompanied by the Ukrainian ambassador to the UK.

According to Telegram Circle Health, the UK’s largest hospital group, has delivered the equivalent of 13 truckloads of medical equipment to Kiev, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Kherson, Odessa and Lviv worth three million pounds sterling.

On Monday, November 21, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned about it “hundreds of hospitals and health facilities [n’étaient] more fully operational” in Ukraine, following Russian strikes on energy infrastructure. On Friday 25 November, patients from hospitals in Kherson had also been evacuated due to Russian strikes.constantsabout this city.


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