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Several Abkhaz sanatoriums will be transferred to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

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The deputy head of the military department, Ruslan Tsalikov, said during a press conference that several resorts located in the territory of Abkhazia would be placed under the jurisdiction of the Russian Defense Ministry, RIA reports "News".




"During the negotiations, a number of policy decisions were taken on the implementation of the articles of the agreement governing the functioning of sanatorium-resort complexes taken by the Russian Defense Ministry," he said after a meeting of the Russian-Abkhaz working group implementing the interstate agreement between Russia and Abkhazia on 2010 year, which concerns the objects of the united Russian military base in the republic.

In addition, during a working visit to Abkhazia, Deputy Defense Ministers, General of the Army Dmitry Bulgakov and Ruslan Tsalikov inspected the development and construction of the 7 Russian military base in Gudauta, as well as preparations for the modernization of the railway infrastructure.

“As a result of the trip, it was possible to solve the tasks associated with the construction and commissioning of the social and military infrastructure facilities of 7 ORLB,” he stressed.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 24 September 2015 10: 16
    20
    Continued integration of Abkhazia into the common space. Everything is logical.
    1. BilliBoms09
      BilliBoms09 24 September 2015 10: 25
      +9
      Abkhazia is beautiful and the climate is good, and sanatoriums restore health according to Soviet standards, no newfangled salons. So let our military men rest and gain strength before work: "... there is such a job, to defend the Motherland."
      1. Byshido_dis
        Byshido_dis 24 September 2015 10: 43
        +6
        It is very good in Abkhazia and the people there are very friendly! It is very good that the tourist climate there is slowly returning to normal ..
      2. SALLAK
        SALLAK 24 September 2015 14: 39
        +1
        Blah blah ... everything is there, the SPA is really enough there ... Even ten years ago, when reconstructing one of the Soviet sanatoriums on the shore in Gagra, they installed a SPA with all the bells and whistles ... Everything is there on a level and quite modern. But as for the personnel in medicine, I will not say for sure, at that time there wasn’t. And where did they go from after the collapse of the USSR? Many left ... Subsequent conflict Abkhazia Georgia also made a contribution to the Georgians ...
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 24 September 2015 10: 25
      +7
      It would be better to build your own. I saw what happened to the new sanatorium complex in Shusha under the USSR in 1990, after the temporary deployment of our military. Bare walls, concrete floors without parquet and toilets without plumbing. Let's hope that this does not happen again in Abkhazia.
      1. Sid.74
        Sid.74 24 September 2015 10: 32
        13
        South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Crimea ... but what about the sanatoriums of Mariupol and the health resort of Odessa? bully

        Inspired by ... fellow

        1. Uncle
          Uncle 24 September 2015 10: 35
          +7
          Quote: Sid.74
          what about the sanatoriums

          And the factories of Kharkov, Krivoy Rog! smile
          1. ZU-23
            ZU-23 24 September 2015 10: 41
            +3
            I want to go to the Army more than in the 94th laughing
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      2. inkass_98
        inkass_98 24 September 2015 11: 06
        +7
        Quote: siberalt
        Let's hope that this does not happen again in Abkhazia.

        And you, by chance, have not seen in Abkhazia what happens to buildings where there is no direct owner? I have seen. In particular, abandoned sanatoriums and other holiday homes. Only new owners from Russia can restore and make vacant sanatoriums suitable for recreation. Local houses even destroyed during the Georgian war cannot be restored, not to mention sanatoriums. All currently operating sanatoriums belong to Russian departments or corporations, the rest are stupidly looted and abandoned.
      3. Manul
        Manul 24 September 2015 11: 22
        +6
        Quote: siberalt
        It would be better to build your own. I saw what happened to the new sanatorium complex in Shusha under the USSR in 1990, after the temporary deployment of our military. Bare walls, concrete floors without parquet and toilets without plumbing. Let's hope that this does not happen again in Abkhazia.

        After the Serdyukovschina and the liquidation of the RAS, I would not be happy with such news. You are right - let them build themselves, and let the old sanatoriums work for people. If a new minister comes, he will sell everything, but they will not put him in prison anyway. Why is it necessary to take away what used to be a stroke of the pen for the people? We’re in St. Petersburg - the Constitutional Court moved - the pioneer camp in Komarovo was demolished, and they built cottages there, they allocated territory for houses on Krestovsky Island (and why not the Summer Garden?). The arbitration court moves, they were going to transfer my clinic to them ( The constitutional court also has its own polyclinic, so I don’t know - maybe it’s also taken away), and only when the people began to wind up - then they thought better of it and decided to build a separate one for the arbitrators. And you all hung up the nurses - oh, for the army. Do you think conscripts will rest there?
    3. marlin1203
      marlin1203 24 September 2015 11: 04
      +4
      This is a huge investment. It is necessary to work out the legal formalization of the transfer of these sanatoriums to "perpetual use" or the property of the Russian Federation, and only then "invest" in full. Of course, there is a sense in this, taking into account the local beauty and climate.
  2. valday
    valday 24 September 2015 10: 20
    +5
    It is very good. I hope that the prices there will be acceptable.
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 24 September 2015 10: 24
      +5
      Will not. Rested this year near Pitsunda, a little expensive, but the nature is worth it.
      By the way, in Rybzavod, which is nothing more than a suburb of Pitsunda, is already our military unit.
    2. russkiy ivan
      russkiy ivan 24 September 2015 10: 29
      +4
      I rested in the military sanatoriums of Abkhazia. Complete stagnation since the days of the USSR. But the prices are quite modern. That nature and the sea is just a fairy tale!
  3. Amurets
    Amurets 24 September 2015 10: 23
    +7
    Here the howl in Georgia will begin. Russia is occupying Abkhazia. But over 90% of the population has Russian citizenship. Moreover, fleeing ethnic cleansing, it was accepted by both Abkhazians and Georgians.
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 24 September 2015 10: 26
      +2
      Yes, and FSUs for this howl. What do we get used to? The dog barks - the caravan goes on.

      PS Who wants to please the Abkhaz - on September 30 they celebrate Victory Day over Georgia in the war of 92-93. And this is really a national holiday for them.
  4. Historian
    Historian 24 September 2015 10: 23
    +9
    I want the sanatorium of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in Cuba! .. :-)
  5. atamankko
    atamankko 24 September 2015 10: 24
    -1
    So it is necessary, now there is where to restore the health of soldiers.
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 24 September 2015 10: 52
      +3
      I wonder where our warriors lose their health? Maybe something is wrong with physical fitness? There is no war.
  6. DenZ
    DenZ 24 September 2015 10: 33
    +1
    I don’t know about the military in Abkhazia, but my father, being not visiting last year, went on an excursion to Abkhazia for which he received a "cap" when he returned from vacation to his native enterprise.
  7. Uncle
    Uncle 24 September 2015 10: 34
    +6
    Quote: russkiy ivan
    But the prices are quite modern.

    Prices are Moscow, all around are ruins and lazy local, visitors come from restaurants in restaurants. A lot of things are destroyed and abandoned, no one moves to restore, the heat ... smile
    1. luxing
      luxing 24 September 2015 11: 53
      0
      maybe you were somewhere in Gagra, but you drive 100 km to the city of Sukhum, in the cafes and restaurants all the locals, they barely manage to run around in the evenings in the evenings, barbecue 200 gr. - 110 RUB., prices were completely different, it was in August , if anything, everything is cheaper than relaxing in Russia and closer to it ... that 6 years ago it was and now the same price ratio, nature is super ....
      1. luxing
        luxing 24 September 2015 16: 18
        0
        but what kind of cons is not clear ?, what’s wrong, wrote as is, what completely collapsed from the oak? wise men justify for cons !!!!
  8. roskot
    roskot 24 September 2015 10: 35
    +3
    Why not. By today's standards, sanatoriums will be cool.
  9. narval20
    narval20 24 September 2015 11: 00
    +1
    A new field of activity for the recently released Vasilyeva? wink
    1. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 24 September 2015 11: 04
      +2
      Quote: narval20
      A new field of activity for the recently released Vasilyeva?

      Yes, there is where to turn around yes
    2. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 24 September 2015 11: 04
      0
      Quote: narval20
      A new field of activity for the recently released Vasilyeva?

      Yes, there is where to turn around yes
  10. Denis DV
    Denis DV 24 September 2015 11: 08
    +1
    Suddenly war, and I'm tired laughing Wellness is a good thing good
  11. Oman 47
    Oman 47 24 September 2015 11: 27
    0
    The decision is purely POLITICAL, taking into account the return of Crimea.
    It’s easier to rebuild there than to rebuild, for 23 years a lot - ruins.
    Nature and the sea, of course, are much cooler than in Sochi; prices are almost Sochi.
    In Crimea, it would be easier.
  12. Kaetani
    Kaetani 24 September 2015 11: 27
    +1
    There really is a magical land. Yes, and the soul of the new generation of the army will get used to being there ...
  13. Not served
    Not served 24 September 2015 12: 00
    +1
    If you want to restore something in Abkhazia, then first of all you need to start with the housing and communal services. Unsanitary conditions are complete since there is no sewage system almost everywhere, up to Sukhum. There should be septic tanks, maybe they are, but everything is poured into ditches and rivers. Rested this year there, not a single vacuum barrel met at all. Children almost all get sick as they come, all with a cough. We managed to get sick once and then catch an intestinal infection already in Sukhum, we were already recovering at home for about two weeks. On the beaches and exits not a single trash can. At the same time, the Abkhazians themselves consider the guilty vacationers to be in everything. In Sukhumi, the entire infection is crammed, and the doctor grit is to blame, you don’t have to plunge your head into the sea.
    And the rest of the devastation is nonsense, it is fixable. The private sector is rebuilding, it is visible.
  14. shelva
    shelva 24 September 2015 12: 00
    0
    It is not a matter of sanatoriums, but of the strategically important location of Abkhazia; having it as an ally is important for Russia in geopolitical terms.
  15. tankovod
    tankovod 24 September 2015 14: 37
    0
    Quote: atamankko
    So it is necessary, now there is where to restore the health of soldiers.

    Yeah, the poor in the Kremlin, all wounded, without a salary for months, plow for the benefit of their own army. Is it really not clear what they are building for Putin's bureaucrats, parquet generals and Gazprom grabs - friends. FSO units will guard these freaks
  16. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 24 September 2015 15: 54
    0
    Oh, fuck, what a beast! ..
  17. PValery53
    PValery53 24 September 2015 21: 05
    0
    Sanatoriums for the military are, of course, good, but ... no more than civilian. The military-industrial complex must know its place in the general economy of the country.
  18. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 25 September 2015 05: 36
    0
    Let the possessions of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation become more and more every day, more and more all over the world.
  19. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 25 September 2015 09: 55
    0
    For some reason, I immediately remember Serdyukov right away when they started talking about the property of Moscow Region.