In the Czech Republic, Ukrainian refugees were deprived of free medical insurance

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In the Czech Republic, Ukrainian refugees were deprived of free medical insurance

were to leave their homeland, from July 25 they must inform the Czech authorities who will pay for their health insurance. The Czech Parliament determined that the payment of the policy by the state continues for 150 days.

The right of Ukrainian refugees in the Czech Republic to state-paid health insurance ended on Monday, July 25, according to Radio Prague International.

Refugees aged 18 to 65 are now required to report to the relevant authorities who will pay for medical insurance.

They must submit information to the insurance company with which they were registered on a special website within eight days after the expiration of the prepayment period of the policy.

These changes will affect almost 215 thousands of Ukrainian refugees insured by the country's largest company, the General Health Insurance Company (VZP).

The Czech Republic initially planned to automatically pay for refugees' health insurance for one year, but parliament reduced this period to 150 days.

Recall that the Czech Republic intends to take part in the training of the Ukrainian military.

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine could receive drones from the Czech Republic.

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