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As part of a working trip to the Novorossiysk Guards Airborne Assault Mountain Formation, the Commander of the Airborne Forces, Colonel-General Andrei Serdyukov, arrived in Crimea, where he inspected the construction and development of the military and social infrastructure of the military and social infrastructure under construction in the city of Feodosia for the airborne assault regiment being formed , which will be located here from the end of this year, as announced by the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation at the Collegium of the Ministry of Defense of Russia in the spring of this year.

In the course of the work, the commander of the troops inspected the facilities of the first stage under construction, including the regiment headquarters, two soldiers’ dormitories (for 300 people each), a canteen for 750 seats and 1,500 meals and a checkpoint of the regiment, as well as a site for the first six tent-mobile devices for 40 cars each and a checkpoint under construction.

In addition, Colonel-General Andrei Serdyukov held a meeting with representatives of contractors involved in the construction of the infrastructure of the military camp and expressed confidence that the construction of all infrastructure facilities of the regiment will be completed within the previously specified time frame, which will make it possible to deploy units of the military unit in a timely manner and in excellent conditions. formation.

The commissioning of the objects of the first stage is scheduled for the end of this year.

Also, the commander of the troops got acquainted with the living conditions of servicemen under the contract of a separate airborne assault battalion of the Novorossiysk unit stationed in Feodosia, visiting a family hostel, as well as a preschool institution for children of military personnel.

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