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The balneological complex will be built by a resident of the Zabaikalye ASEZ

The balneological complex will be built by a resident of the Zabaikalye ASEZ
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, the five-hundredth resident of the TOP, the Zabaikalye Health Resort company, will build a modern sanatorium-resort complex 75 kilometers from Chita. Investment in construction is estimated at 500 million rubles.

According to the press service of the Corporation for the Development of the Far East, the complex will be located near the village of Kuk. Zabaikalye Health Resorts will work with the buildings already existing there: they will carry out overhaul according to the design project, improve the territory, and purchase modern equipment. The area of ​​the buildings is about seven thousand square meters. And for local residents 183 new jobs will be created.

As the director of the company Sergey Davydov noted, the new complex will be able to provide medical, recreational and tourist services. The village is located in the mountains, around which there is larch taiga. There are also Kukinsky and Makkaveevsky deposits of mineral waters.

The project plans to create 90 comfortable rooms that can accommodate 174 guests. There will also be a polyclinic department, medical saunas, a bath complex, rehabilitation rooms and two outdoor swimming pools. Also on the territory are organized sports grounds, a cultural and entertainment center. In addition to ordinary patients, the complex plans to engage in the rehabilitation of those who have suffered from coronavirus.

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