Compensation for those killed at Domodedovo

Compensation for those killed at Domodedovo

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Jan 25, 2011 at 3:30 PM PST
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Vladimir Putin (right) speaks with local residents who lost their homes while touring a scene of fire damage

By Linda Winsh-Bolard

MOSCOW, January 25 (Itar-Tass) Families, of those who died in Domodedovo Airport bombing will be paid three million rubles each. Those who suffered severe injuries will receive 1.9 million rubles, and 1.2 million rubles will be paid to the lightly injured, said Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at today's federal government presidium hearing.

"The government must support victims of the terror act, I have signed a resolution to that effect, and Moscow city and regional authorities have approved compensations from their budgets,” Putin said.

Putin ordered the Health and Social Development Ministry to keep alert watch and Transport Ministry as well as the Domodedovo Airport management to provide full information to the victims ' families.

The premier offered condolences to families of the blast victims and a minute of silence.

Health and Social Development Minister Tatiana Golikova said that the death rate remained unchanged, 35, 110 hurt as of Tuesday afternoon.

“Ten people are on the critical list; 40 are in very serious condition; 49 are in serious condition, and 14 are in satisfactory condition,” Tatiana Golikova said. She added that another 24 people were given aid at Moscow city and regional hospitals and were send home last night.

The identification is very slow due to the nature of blast which destroyed documents and torn bodies apart.

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Vladimir Putin (right) speaks with local residents who lost their homes while touring a scene of fire damage
Vladimir Putin (right) speaks with local residents who lost their homes while touring a scene of fire damage
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