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Bahrain next in line for Cuban doctors?

The Castronoid ambassador and the Bahraini Sheikh

The Castronoid ambassador and the Bahraini Sheikh

It looks as if a Castronoid ambassador has managed to dupe another nation into thinking that Castrogonia has excellent health care.

Consequently, that nation is thinking of establishing links with Castrogonia's medical experts.

This can only mean one thing:  a decline in health care for the people of that country, which in this case happens to be Bahrain.

Of course, the UN and most news agencies take Castrogonia's own health statistics at face value rather than as highly imaginative  works of fiction.

The faculty of the University of Havana medical school

The faculty of the University of Havana medical school

From the Bahrain News Agency:

Bahraini-Cuban medical cooperation discussed

Manama, Aug. 25. (BNA) – Minister of State for Defence Affairs and President of the Supreme Council for Health Lieutenant-General Dr. Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Khalifa met here today the Riyadh-Resident Cuban Ambassador to Bahrain Jose Enrique Rodriguez.

They discussed signing a cooperation agreement in the fields medical services and exchange of expertise between the two friendly countries.

The Minister lauded and appreciated the development and progress witnessed by Cuba in various fields, noting that Bahrain looks forward to availing of Cuban expertise in the medical services field.

Commander of the King Hamad University Hospital Major-General Dr. Shaikh Salman bin Atiyatullah Al Khalifa attended.

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