A story with a happy ending. The Afghan girl born at the San Filippo Neri hospital in Rome is doing well. Mom had fled from Kabul and arrived in Italy with two sisters. According to what has been learned, after giving birth, the mother wanted to thank the health personnel for their assistance and hospitality.
The news was given by the president of the Lazio Region Nicola Zingaretti. «Good news from San Filippo Neri. The first child of an Afghan town who fled from Kabul was born, whom I met a few days ago while visiting a reception center for Carmelite nuns – she wrote on Twitter-. Welcome Ghazal! Your name means Poetry, we need it! ».
«I would never have imagined this welcome, to find myself so well. In spite of everything I am happy ». This is what Neelai, the 31-year-old Afghan woman from Kabul, who last night gave birth to her first daughter at San Filippo Neri in Rome, told the doctors. The woman is a guest in a reception facility in the capital. The husband, on the other hand, was unable to leave Afghanistan.