Two Ukrainian soldiers who were severely injured in the war in Ukraine arrived Monday in Israel as part of an agreement that will see 20 service members receiving advanced medical treatment in an Israeli hospital, the Sheba hospital said.

The hospital indicated that all 20 injured veterans who will eventually be flown to Israel are amputees and will go through rehabilitation and be fitted for the specific prosthetics they require at the hospital outside Tel Aviv.

Sheba ran a field hospital in western Ukraine, away from the front lines, for six weeks shortly after Russia invaded, mostly to treat civilians.

Israel for years provided medical treatment to Syrians who came to the Golan border during the civil war there, eventually setting up a military field hospital as part of what was described as a humanitarian effort.

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