Occupational administration of Crimea transferred the territory of the former health resort in Alushta to Chechnya for the construction of a new children's camp. This was reported by the TASS Russian news agency.
The camp will be designed for more than 450 places, and the area of construction is located on the seashore. This information was confirmed by Chechnya's Minister of Labor, Employment, and Social Development Usman Bashirov.
He noted that the transfer of land in Alushta took place within the framework of "strengthening friendly relations with the fraternal Chechen people." The minister also added that Ramzan Kadyrov ordered the construction of a new, modern children's camp that meets all the requirements on this site.
According to the Crimean journalists, the former children's camp of the Crimean Consumer Union, which was built in 1970, was handed over to Chechnya. The so-called Council of Ministers of Crimea, controlled by the Kremlin, issued an order transferring the object from the ownership of Crimea to the ownership of Chechnya.
On July 31, the International Arbitration Court in Paris began considering a case concerning the seizure of Ukrainian infrastructure facilities on the territory of the annexed Crimea by Russia.