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UNAIDS: Ukraine to lead the AIDS response in Eastern Europe

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Sept. 14, 2012, 11:06 a.m. | Ukraine abroad — by Kyiv Post

With an HIV prevalence among people who inject drugs of 21.5 %, Ukraine is experiencing the most severe HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe.
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A senior delegation from Ukraine led by the Vice-Prime-Minister and Minister of Health, Raisa Bogatyrova met with UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé at the UNAIDS Headquarters in Geneva on 12 September 2012, reads UNAIDS report. 

During the meeting, they discussed the existing challenges and opportunities for an effective HIV response in the country.

With an HIV prevalence among people who inject drugs of 21.5 %, Ukraine is experiencing the most severe HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe.   

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