A delegation of Israeli doctors arrived in Azerbaijan and assisted in treating more than 100 veterans of the Second Karabakh War, Report informs, citing the press service of the Israeli Embassy in Baku.
Israeli Ambassador George Deek visited the veterans undergoing treatment in the National Ophthalmological Center named after Academician Zarifa Aliyeva in Baku.
"This is the spirit of the friendship between Israel and Azerbaijan. We want to help these people to restore their health, their self-confidence, and their ability to go back and live a good, normal, and decent life in their homeland, Azerbaijan," Ambassador George Deek said.
"I don't usually like chocolate, but this Snickers bar is one of the most meaningful gifts I ever got. Arif lost his sight in the war. He couldn't see. After a surgery by the Israeli humanitarian doctors, his sight is restored. This Snickers bar is Arif's way to say thank you," he tweeted.
Amb @georgedeek: “This is a spirit of a friendship between Israel and Azerbaijan. We want to help these people to restore their health, their self-confidence, and their ability go back and to live a good, normal and decent life in their homeland, Azerbaijan” pic.twitter.com/wTJulxkYHZ