One of the five Czech soldiers injured in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan last week is to be flown back to the Czech Republic for further medical treatment.
A spokesperson for the Czech Armed Forces said the soldier’s condition now enabled transport and the army would send out a special plane to bring him home.
He suffered serious injuries in the blast and has already undergone several operations.
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