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Slovak actress Fialová remains in a Russian hospital after bomb blast

Slovak actress Zuzana Fialová, who was injured in the suicide bombing attack at the Domodedovo Airport near Moscow, remains hospitalised in one of Moscow’s hospitals where doctors are to decide about her further treatment. The doctors have classified her injuries as moderate to severe, the SITA newswire reported.

Slovak actress Zuzana Fialová, who was injured in the suicide bombing attack at the Domodedovo Airport near Moscow, remains hospitalised in one of Moscow’s hospitals where doctors are to decide about her further treatment. The doctors have classified her injuries as moderate to severe, the SITA newswire reported.

The Slovak Ambassador to Russia, Jozef Migaš, told the TA3 news channel on January 24 that Fialová was expected to undergo surgery in Moscow, most likely due to injuries from shrapnel from the explosive, but no official information has been released, SITA wrote.

According to the newswire, a member of the embassy staff as well as Fialová’s friend and colleague Ľuboš Kostelný who was travelling to Moscow with her, are with her in the hospital.

The Foreign Ministry, upon the request of Fialová’s family, refused to provide any further information about the health of the actress.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Michaela Terenzani from press reports
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