Some 30,000 Slovenians Have Serious Sight Problems
Ljubljana, 10 October - Tomaž Wraber of the Slovenian Association of the Blind and Sight Impaired stressed on the occassion of World Sight Day, marked on Thursday, that there were around 30,000 people with serious sight problems in Slovenia. He underlined the poor access to medical and technical accessories for the sight impaired.
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