In April of this year, a multifunctional Superhumans medical centre was opened in Lviv city. Here, Ukrainians who suffered from the Russian war receive rehabilitation, prosthetics, and psychological support services.
On June 6, British foreign minister James Cleverly, finishing his 2-day visit to Ukraine, visited the patients of the Superhumans centre. Today there are dozens of Ukrainians with various injuries and those who are learning to live again but with prostheses. The minister also met with the mayor of Lviv, Andriy Sadovyi, and the head of the Lviv regional military administration, Maxim Kozitsky.
Lviv is an important humanitarian and social hub since this city is located on the border with the EU: it is close enough to the border to transfer humanitarian aid and far enough from the most dangerous points of warfare.