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India wants to launch medical projects in the Far East
The Indian company Medanta Group of Hospitals sees the Far East as a promising partner for launching joint projects. A foreign organization works in 49 areas, including cardiology, transplantology, early cancer treatment.
According to the press service of the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency, India is ready to provide advanced training services for doctors practicing in the Far Eastern Federal District, and to organize special courses and seminars. At Medant, about ten specialists speak Russian and have diplomas from Russian medical universities. They are ready to come to the Far East to work and exchange experiences. The organization is also considering options for the construction of new medical facilities and the creation of a network of medical centers in the Far East.
Now the foreign delegation is in Yakutia. Guests are ready to help the region in developing diagnostic capacities. Hindus want to build a new medical facility in Yakutsk.