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Slovak medical team begins work at Kabul airport

A SEVEN-MEMBER Slovak medical team officially began work at the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The team is serving with the Czech Army contingent's Field Hospital and Chemical Unit, which is itself part of the NATO ISAF mission in Afghanistan. A spokesman for the Slovak Armed Forces, Milan Vanga confirmed details of the deployment to the SITA newswire on April 7.

A SEVEN-MEMBER Slovak medical team officially began work at the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The team is serving with the Czech Army contingent's Field Hospital and Chemical Unit, which is itself part of the NATO ISAF mission in Afghanistan. A spokesman for the Slovak Armed Forces, Milan Vanga confirmed details of the deployment to the SITA newswire on April 7.

Six members of the Slovak medical team have previous experience from service on international missions to East Timor and Lebanon.

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