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27 December 2018, 19:51

Uralkali paid 3 million rubles each family of those killed in Solikamsk mine

UFA, 27 December 2018. /Bashinform News Agency, Rozaliya Valeeva/ translated by Tatiana Aksyutina/.
Uralkali paid 3 million rubles to the families of those killed in the fire at the Uralkali mine in Solikamsk, TASS reports, citing the company's press service. On December 22, after a fire broke out, nine people were blocked there - employees of the US-30 contracting organization, including three natives of Bashkortostan, all of whom died.
“Payments from Uralkali were made to all families today,” a spokesman said.
The families will also receive payments from US-30 company. According to the head of the contracting organization, Andrei Maximov, the contractor pays 2 million rubles to the families of the victims. If the family has a dependent person, then payment in the amount of annual earnings is provided. According to him, 15 million rubles have already been paid.
In addition, US-30 will transfer insurance payments to families of about 1 million rubles for each victim.
In addition, the Perm Territory will pay these families 1 million rubles, regardless of what region they are from. Five of the dead US-30 employees are from the Perm Territory, three from Bashkiria, one from the Krasnodar Territory. A spokeswoman for the Perm Territory Ministry of Social Development, Irina Vozdvizhenskaya told TASS that payments would be made before the end of the week.
By order of the Acting Head of the Republic of Bashkortostan Radiy Khabirov, the republic will pay 1 million rubles to the families of the victims.
The branch of the Pension Fund of Russia in the Perm region will monitor the payment of pension savings of residents of the region who died in the fire at the Uralkali mine in Solikamsk.
The funeral of the deceased natives of Bashkiria took place on December 26. Sergei Tomshin, 57, was buried in the Dyurtyuly district of Bashkiria, Sergei Ignatenko, 41, was buried in Beloretsk. The funeral of 38-year-old Anton Abramov took place in the village of Sihonkino, Karmaskaly district.
Author:Rozaliya Valeeva