Erciyes, Siniora and Abu Faour inspect the hospital in Sidon.
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A Sidon hospital specializing in burn victim care will finally open within six months after repeated delays, former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora announced.The hospital lies at Sidon's northern entrance and came at a reported cost of $20 million, paid for by the Turkish government in the wake of Israel's 2006 war against Lebanon, with financing obtained from the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA). Abu Faour said the meeting was dedicated to enacting the first steps that would allow the hospital to begin catering to the wounded.Save for the odd maintenance operation, the hospital has sat vacant ever since.
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