Tripoli, April 6
The Jordanian Army’s Chief of . . .[restrict]Operations and Training, Major-General Awni Al Odwan, visited the Jordanian military field hospital in Benghazi on Wednesday.
According to a statement issued by the Jordanian armed forces on Thursday, Odwan was briefed by the hospital director Brigadier Said Jarbou on the services provided to the Libyan people and the workflow in the hospital.
Libyan Ministry of Defense representative Colonel Salem Tira thanked Jordan saying that the hospital was admired and trusted by Libyans because of the good treatment and professionalism of its medical staff.
The hospital, known as “Libya 2”, started work in February. It replaced an earlier field hospital, Libya 1, which during its three months in Libya treated around 25,000 patients and performed 1100 minor and major surgeries.