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New Neighborhood for Refugees in Batumi

Published: January 12, 2012 | 9:42 pm
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January 11- The President of Georgia visited the new neighborhood of Batumi, which was specially built for the 608 families of refugees.

A new dwelling district with 22 blocks of apartments, new infrastructure, a square, playgrounds and a new road was opened in Georgia`s Black Sea town of Batumi on January 11.

IDPs will be accommodated in the 4 and 5-storey buildings of Tamarisi settlement.

The 2 and 3-room apartments have been completely refurbished. Over 3000 IDPs will be living in them.

Georgian President helped an internally displaced family to pack their luggage and drove them to the new settlement on a bus.

Georgian companies have been working for 7 months to construct the new Tamarisi settlement under the supervision of the Ministry for Infrastructure and Regional Development.

Batumi is the third town, after Poti and Tskaltubo, where contemporary and comfortable apartments have been constructed for IDPs.

The process of constructing the dwelling houses for IDPs is underway by the president`s initiative.


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