On 29 June, together with the mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, I visited the city’s cardiology centre.

Since the time when the cardiology centre began its work in September 2018, Mariupol doctors operated on 226 people with acute myocardial infarction. A cardiology department, an operating unit and an intensive care unit are currently functioning as part of the cardiology centre.

The medical facility was restored with financial support from companies of Metinvest Group that are the city's primary taxpayers. The centre was also provided with modern European equipment worth UAH 80 million. By the end of this year, a polyclinic is planned to be opened on the basis of the centre. Together with the city authorities, we are planning to solve the problem around the supply of stents, which the Ministry of Healthcare was obliged to provide cardiology centres with.