The victim in the attack in Hurghada Russian woman was discharged from the hospital

© REUTERS / Mohamed Abd El GhanyГоспиталь in Hurghada, where he had been injured in the attack on the hotel, 15 July 2017The victim in the attack in Hurghada Russian woman was discharged from the hospital© REUTERS / Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Injured in the attack on tourists in Hurghada Russian citizen discharged from hospital and sent to a hospital in Cairo for consultations with specialists, told RIA Novosti on Saturday the Vice-Consul of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Hurghada Eldar Ibrahimov.

«Until recently she was treated in the hospital, «es Salam» in Hurghada. She feels well and is in stable condition. She accepted the invitation of the Ministry of health of Egypt and now discharged from hospital and sent to a hospital in Cairo to consult with highly qualified specialists, including plastic surgeons,» said he.

The interlocutor of Agency has explained that the injuries the woman is shallow, but numerous: 15-20 incised wounds in his arm, forearm, also suffered face.

In hospital of Hurgada where a Russian citizen was treated, RIA Novosti confirmed that the victim was discharged.

The Russian Vice-Consul also said that on the eve of the Russian tourist was interrogated by prosecutors of Hurghada.

On Friday, the 28-year-old man with a knife crept along the shore with areas of public beach to the beach of one of Hurghada hotels, where it attacked foreign tourists. As a result, two tourists from Germany were killed and another four were injured: a citizen of Armenia, Czech Republic and Russia. The two victims deep penetrating wounds, two women, including a Russian woman, suffered superficial injuries. The doctors promise that the citizen of Russia may be discharged from the hospital on Saturday evening.

The assailant was arrested. The motive for the attack is still unknown, according to available information, the offender may suffer from mental illness. Also considered the version of act of terrorism and domestic conflict.

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