PM: The construction of flats for contract military servicemen will be completed next year

The construction of flats for contract military servicemen, an obligation undertaken by the state in 2007, will be completed next year, - Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said at a meeting with military personnel in the rehabilitation center of Tserovani.

The head of the government viewed the construction of a new rehabilitation center in Tserovani, which is due to be completed by the end of the year. The PM thanked American partners for their assistance in the implementation of the project.

“A new rehabilitation center is being built in Tserovani for our hero soldiers who were wounded in the fight for Georgia's territorial integrity and in international missions. It will be the only center in the region equipped with such standards and technologies, and I would like to thank our American partners for supporting this project. We have announced the construction of this center last summer and it will be completed by the end of the year,” the Prime Minister said.

The head of the government noted that the state would also continue to work on all the projects planned together with the Ministry of Defense.

"It is very important that the construction of flats for contract military servicemen, an obligation undertaken by the state in 2007, will be completed next year," Mamuka Bakhtadze said.

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