To the treatment of stroke, Uzbekistan’s President Islam Karimov drew doctors research Institute of neurosurgery named Burdenko. As reported by scientific Director of the Institute Alexander Konovalov, the doctors are in the country for a few days.
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“They are there for a long time, from the first moment, are our doctors,” — said Konovalov in conversation with RBC, noting that this question is supervised by the Director of the Institute, head of Department of neuro-traumatic Alexander Potapov.
Note that Russia can provide assistance to the patients of a neighboring state, however, Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets said earlier about the absence of a request for treatment in Tashkent Islam Karimov.
“We always provide assistance, if you come to us, about the complex technological operations, which are not in any territory of a neighboring state. But such a formal treatment, we were not” — said Golodets told reporters.
About the illness of the President of Uzbekistan became known on August 28. It was reported that Karimov suffered a brain hemorrhage, was hospitalized and is in serious condition. The evening of August 29, the news Agency “Fergana” reported the death of 78-year-old politician, however, this information was denied by the office of the President.
The main Agency editor Daniil Kislov said that the authorities should show Karimova living in a hospital ward, or at least to publish medical report on his illness. The journalist suggested that the people of the elite are deliberately silent about the death of the leader of Uzbekistan, because can’t divide the power.
Meanwhile, this morning the youngest daughter of Karimov thanked everyone for their support and wishes that “help in healing her father. She also congratulated his countrymen with the upcoming independence Day.
As you know, celebration, scheduled for September 1, will be on an abbreviated program. The source said the Agency Sputnik, the congratulation of the citizens of Uzbekistan on the Day of independence read by Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyaev, which experts call among the likely successors to Karimov.
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