Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze visited the site in Tserovani village where a rehabilitation complex for soldiers is being built.
PM said that the complex, which will serve the soldiers who died in struggle for the restoration of Georgia’s territorial integrity or are serving in international peacekeeping missions, will have been constructed by the end of this year.
“Tserovani Rehabilitation Complex will be unique in the region with its standards and technologies,” Bakhtadze said. PM also thanked American partners for supporting the project.
The rehabilitation center will have sports equipment, a swimming pool, volleyball and basketball stadiums that will help the patients in physical and psychological recovery.