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Ministry of Defense will invest in Sakhalin more 18 billion rubles

Ministry of Defense will invest in Sakhalin more 18 billion rubles

Within five years, the Russian Ministry of Defense plans to invest more than 18 billion rubles in construction projects on Sakhalin. The money will be directed to the creation of infrastructure for the military. This was stated by Deputy Defense Minister Timur Ivanov during his working visit to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.

The region has already begun to build a new hospital for 150 beds and a military unit. In the coming years, the Ministry of Defense is planning to erect service housing, a cultural and leisure center in the Sakhalin Region, and to modernize the engineering facilities and infrastructure of 37 military towns.

The regional department and the authorities have agreed to transfer the land area, which are located in the center of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. According to the press service of the regional government, social and cultural facilities, a sports and business complex will be built there. On the lands of the Ministry of Defense in the park are planning to build a hotel and tourist center.

Next year, the regional authorities intend to take the military towns of Dachnoe, Solovyevka, the Third Pad and Khomutovo from the Ministry of Defense. The ministry and the government will together prepare these items for the winter, rebuilding the communal and housing infrastructure there.

In February, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu agreed to transfer the ownership of the region more 40 land on Sakhalin and Kuriles. On most of them, the department has long been not engaged in economic activities. Significant part land will receive Korsakov, Smirnykhovsky, Kholmsky, Yuzhno-Kurilsky areas and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. There it will be possible to build housing, schools, kindergartens, houses of culture.

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