Georgian children undergo drug free treatment in Azerbaijan (PHOTO)
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 19 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
Fifteen Georgian children who received asthma treatment in the Nakhchivan rehabilitation centre returned home. The Adjara's government said that treatment lasted in Azerbaijan for two weeks.
Adjara's health minister Temur Gabaydze and Azerbaijani Consul to Batumi Huseyn Najafov have today met with the children and their parents.
The children were treated at the Nakhchivan centre without any medicaments, using only natural factors. Their treatment was organised at the initiative of the Azerbaijani consulate. All costs of treatment were put on the Azerbaijani side.
The Georgian side expressed gratitude to Azerbaijan for the assistance. The children and their parents thanked for the warm reception and successful treatment.
It was agreed that the Georgian children will undergo a course of treatment four times a year.