The authorities of the Crimea plan in September to sell the first state sanatorium

SIMFEROPOL, August 17. /Offset. TASS Tatyana Kuznetsova/. The authorities of the Crimea plan in September to sell the property the first of the 11 health state budgetary institutions (SFI), which for these purposes was transferred from the Department of the Ministry of health of the region under the Ministry of economic development of the Republic. About this TASS said the head of Ministry of economic development of the Crimea Andrei Melnikov.

“In September we will move to public sale of property of the first sanatorium. It will be a “pioneer”. There are about four potential candidates (for purchase of sanatorium – approx. TASS), which can compete among themselves”, – he said. Earlier it was reported that the list of resorts that authorities are preparing to sell, except the “Pioneer” became “Surf”, “sun”, “Youth”, “AI-Todor”, “Alupka”, “Motherland”, the Republican tuberculosis sanatorium. Semashko, “Foothill”, TB sanatorium. Chekhov’s tuberculosis sanatorium “Krasny Mayak”.

“In the interests of (investors) to these objects, we have reason to believe that before the end of the year, of these 11 (resorts) nine we will sell for sure. With the other two is not the task of this year is, apparently, the challenge for the next year”, – said the Agency interlocutor.

According to the Minister, potential buyers show active interest to the state sanatoria. “We have close to a hundred impressions (of resorts to the buyers) in the last time,” he said.

The Minister did not rule out that the number of health centers can be transferred to other subjects of the Russian Federation. “It is possible that some of these sites for example children’s sanatorium “Jubilee” in Yalta (sanatorium was handed over to the authorities of the Bashkortostan Republic – approx. TASS) will be transferred to other subjects of the Russian Federation”, – said the source TASS.

The authorities assured that every investor by logging on to a particular property complex of the Crimean GBU, will be required to maintain staff and existing sanatorium-resort profile of the institution. Previously Melnikov told journalists that the Crimea, according to preliminary estimates, will be able to gain about 1.5-2 billion rubles from the sale of 11 health centers.