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Putin instructed to build a children's hospital in Transbaikalia

Putin instructed to build a children's hospital in Transbaikalia
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Doctors of the Trans-Baikal Territory turned to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a video conference with doctors. They asked to accelerate the construction of a children's regional hospital.

According to the press service of the regional government, they plan to build a new children's hospital in Chita. Elena Zobnina, a general practitioner, asked for help in building a new medical facility for the president. According to her, one of the buildings of the children's hospital, which is operating now, is 96 years old. At the same time, construction documentation has already been developed for the construction of a new institution.

Putin noted that Transbaikalia was aware of health problems and would support the construction of a new hospital. Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova decided to support the region’s doctors. 

The construction of the regional children's hospitals should have begun earlier in Transbaikalia. However, when choosing a construction site, problems arose - centuries-old pines appeared on the site of the future construction site. Public activists were outraged by the upcoming felling of trees, and the construction project due to protracted disputes a little not lost federal funding.
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