Cardiology clinics are preparing a new letter to be sent to the government, said Sulkhan Lominadze, president of the Association of Cardiac Surgeons, in an interview with TV-Program Analytics.
“Now, the second letter is written on behalf of the clinics. That letter, you have provided, is from industry associations, and clinics are now preparing it. We are very constructive with the Ministry and are ready for cooperation, ”Lominadze said.
To remind, 37 medical associations have addressed a letter to the Prime Minister and the Government regarding Resolution 520. The associations still continue to say that Resolution 520 should be suspended.
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