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MOSCOW, November 21. /ITAR-TASS/. Relatives of victims killed in the Boeing crash in Kazan began receiving insurance payments, Maxim Sokolov, the Russian minister of transport, told the government presidium meeting on Thursday.
“All the passengers were registered with the SOGAZ insurance company. The insurance payment makes up two million rubles, the minister said.
Tatarstan also allocates additionally one million rubles for every fatality. Another 25,000 rubles are meant for burial expenditures.