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MOSCOW, April 15 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Minister of Emergency Situations Vladimir Puchkov called to hold a medical examination of all children and adults, who arrived from Belgium in Volgograd after a major road accident.
The Russian emergency airplane brought 29 Russian citizens – 25 children and four adults in Volgograd from Brussels on Monday.
“I ask to hold a thorough medical examination of all children and all accompanying adults, who arrived from Brussels. We need clear instructions who needs the medical aid,” Puchkov said at a meeting of the governmental committee on Monday.
He also instructed the Volgograd authorities to give the aid to the families of those who died and were injured in the road accident. “Continue the work for the targeted support of all families,” the minister of emergency situations said. “The aid will be allocated from the federal budget, let’s prepare necessary documents,” he told the regional authorities.
It was reported to the minister that 14 people were brought for additional treatment and examination in the hospitals in Volgograd. Meanwhile, the Volgograd regional authorities decided to give the material aid to the families of those who died and were injured in a major road accident in Belgium.