Tatyana Yakovleva, a doctor from the village of Alakurtti, Murmansk region, who was mentioned on Thursday, December 17, at a press conference of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said she was going to file a complaint with the Investigative Committee for libel, RIA Novosti reports. As reported, during the press conference, the Russian leader read out a letter from a resident of the Murmansk region, Yuri Krasnyansky. The man drew attention to the problem of medical care in Alakurtti. According to him, there is only one ambulance team working there, and an 86-year-old doctor is receiving treatment in the outpatient clinic, who "can hardly distinguish hemorrhoids from sore throats." The woman noted that she will not quit her job yet, although she has no "special desire to work with such people." "The man lied, I am deciding on filing an application with the investigating authorities for libel," said Yakovleva. In turn, the head of the Ministry of Health of the region, Dmitry Panychev, commenting on this situation, told the agency that the man who sent the message to Putin was overly emotional and behaved incorrectly towards the doctor.
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