SANA'A November 30.2023 (Saba) - Caretaker Prime Minister Dr. Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor participated on Thursday in the conclusion of the Fifth Scientific Conference on Neurosurgery and Spine in the capital Sana'a.
Dr. Bin Habtoor gave a speech on the occasion, in which explained that despite the targeting of the medical sector and the difficulties it faced throughout the years of aggression and siege, male and female doctors were able to present an advanced model, especially in this specialty under discussion at the conference.
The prime minister stated that travel to receive treatment abroad is no longer available except in a few specialties, and this is due to the diligence of doctors who have become able to perform multiple operations in delicate fields such as the brain, nerves, and spine.
He expressed the hope that the next conference would be held in Mukalla, Taiz, or Hodeida while the war had ended.
Dr. Bin Habtoor pointed out that scientific conferences contribute significantly to creating knowledge accumulation, whether in the medical field or other scientific specializations, which enhances the chances of success.
"I encourage everyone to continue working collectively to develop science and knowledge in this vital field and other fields," he said.
He affirmed that the conference organizers and participants present with such conferences a model of science that has no borders.
Over 600 neurosurgeons and spine doctors from various governorates participated in the two-day conference discussing research and scientific papers presented by senior doctors from Yemen and other Arab and foreign countries via Zoom live broadcast technology.
resource : Saba
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