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ATHENS – After four years of devastating cutbacks that has decimated hospitals and clinics, Greece’s Health Ministry said it plans to hire 4,000 permanent staff, including 1,500 state hospital doctors, next year.

It made a written request to the Administrative Reform Ministry on Oct. 20 as approval is needed before the hirings can be made.

Greece has yet to meet the civil service reduction targets it agreed with internathe troika for this year.

In his letter to Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Deputy Health Minister Leonidas Grigorakos said the hirings are vital to keeping the public health system operating properly.

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