Poland organises hospital train for transport of wounded from Ukraine

The hospital train currently located in Przemyśl has five carriages adapted to transport the wounded and four stocked with humanitarian aid for Ukraine's Lviv district, Dworczyk said. Darek Delmanowicz/PAP

A hospital train to transport those injured in Ukraine is ready, the head of the Prime Minister's Office announced on Saturday.

The train will pick up the wounded from Mostyska in Ukraine, then it will travel to Warsaw where the casualties will be transported to the National Hospital, and after diagnostics, to specialist facilities, Michał Dworczyk told a press conference in Przemyśl, south-eastern Poland.

The hospital train currently located in Przemyśl has five carriages adapted to transport the wounded and four stocked with humanitarian aid for Ukraine's Lviv district, he added.