In Kremenchug the scandal around the “people’s doctor” LC

В Кременчуге скандал вокруг "народного врача" ЛНР

Klimov was recommended for the post of chief doctor of Kremenchuk maternity hospital.

Former head of Luhansk regional clinical hospital Vladimir Klimov, suspected of collaboration with separatists, was recommended for the post of chief physician of maternity hospital in Kremenchug. This was written by the acting head of the Ministry of health Ulyana Suprun on Facebook.

She noted that the public was outraged by the possible appointment of Klimov.

July 18, Kremenchug publishing Program plus reported that “people’s doctor” of the LC can lead the maternity hospital of the city on the recommendation of the mayor Vitaly Maletsky.

According to other media reports, the candidacy Klimov suggested the famous volunteer and the doctor-transfuziolog the same hospital Rostislav TRANS-Ural.

As written by the journalist Sergei Ivanov in Facebook, in 2014, Klimov Luhansk threatened physicians that will take them when they go to controlled by the Ukrainian authorities of the territory.

Suprun also wrote about it. According to her, Klimov was appointed to the leadership of the LC chief doctor of Lugansk regional clinical hospital and publicly expressed intention to take away from staff housing.

She noted that the issue of appointment to the post Klimov in Kremenchug will not be considered.

“The mayor of Kremenchug Vitaly Maletsky has assured me in a telephone conversation that the appropriate information related to this individual was transferred to law enforcement agencies, and the question of his appointment will not even be considered”, – added the acting Minister of health.

Note that the Klimov registered in the database of Peacemaker website as “separatist propagandist,” which provided medical assistance to the fighters of LPR during military actions, and mocked for wounded Ukrainian soldiers.

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