The Portuguese government has announced plans to bolster the country's public health system by hiring 300 doctors from Cuba.
The Ministry of Health aims to address the gaps in the National Health Service (SNS) by recruiting these doctors for three years.
The necessary procedures to facilitate their integration into the public system are already underway, taking into account the required tests and qualifications, including proficiency in Portuguese.
This is not the first time Portugal has sought the assistance of Cuban doctors. In 2009, 44 Cuban doctors were welcomed to reinforce the public network in certain regions.
The current initiative . . .