Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka and Interior Minister Milan Chovanec on Tuesday met with the Czech trauma team which helped to deal with the consequences of the devastating earthquake in Nepal and handed its members honorary medals. The team of doctors, nurses and firefighters set up a field hospital in Melamchi, in central Nepal, and provided assistance to over 1,100 people. The Czechs started their mission on May 1 and spent four weeks in the area.
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