Since the truce expired, Israeli authorities have declared six civilians and an army colonel dead in captivity
The Directory expected to be published by early 2008, is officially supported by the ministries of health of the UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Yemen and will be distributed to health care officials and professionals in the Gulf and Middle East region.
The agreement for publication of the directory was inked by Dr Tawfeek Bin Ahmed Khouja, Director-General of the AGCC Executive Board of the Health Ministers Council and Lotfi Al Khelifi, General Manager of the magazine.
Elaborating on the publication, Dr Khouja said the directory has 10 parts, three of which will be dedicated to photographs of the leaders of Gulf countries including health ministers in addition to a foreword by the director-general of the Executive Board.
A special part of the directory will be devoted to names, phone numbers and addresses of private medical and pharmaceutical companies operating in region. Foreign drug companies can get listed in the directory for a fee.
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