The Afghan girl born in Rome is doing well, her mother thanks – Lazio

The Afghan girl born in Rome is doing well, her mother thanks – Lazio
The Afghan girl born in Rome is doing well, her mother thanks – Lazio

D’Amato on a visit to the hospital, I wish that the family will reunite

(ANSA) – ROME, SEPTEMBER 09 – The baby girl from the Afghan town who fled from Kabul, born yesterday at the San Filippo Neri hospital in Rome, is fine. After the birth, the mother wanted to thank the health staff for their assistance and welcome.

“Welcome Ghazal and best wishes to his mum and dad. I was visiting in the afternoon to say hello and both the little girl and her mother are fine.” Said the councilor for health of the Lazio region, Alessio D’Amato, who in the afternoon went to visit the hospital. “The mother wanted to thank her for the love with which she was welcomed and looked after by our operators – added D’Amato -. The father and grandparents are in Kabul and the hope is that the family will soon be able to reunite. Last week together with President Zingaretti we visited the Afghan citizens whom we welcomed during the vaccinations and I was able to appreciate their dignity and gratitude. Our workers and our health workers have shown all their professionalism and humanity. Thanks to all the magnificent team of San Filippo Neri “. (HANDLE).

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