The Russian emergencies ministry's Yak-42 aircraft will bring 12 persons, who were gravely injured a terrorist attack in Chechnya's Gudermes district on May 13th, to Moscow for medical treatment.
To be brought to Moscow are 8 injured now in hospitals in Khasavyurt, Daghestan, and 4 from Chechen hospitals, said Kazanfar Kurbanov, the physician-in-chief of Daghestan's First Aid Association and Director of the local Medicine of Catastrophes centre.
Five medics from Moscow's Medicine of Catastrophes centre are escorting the patients.
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