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MOSCOW, January 03, 12:09 /ITAR-TASS/. By January 10 , the authorities of Russia’s Volgograd region will pay off compensations to all people injured in two suicide bombings and to the families of their victims.
“All compensations to the injured and to the families of those killed in two terrorist attacks will be paid off by January 10,” region’s deputy governor Vassily Galushkin told a telephone conference at the Ministry for Emergency Situations on Friday.
He said 56 people had received compensations. “The families of 13 victims received one million roubles from the regional budget and one million roubles from the federal budget each,” Galushkin said.
Forty-three people injured in two suicide bombings at the central railway station and on a trolleybus have received 200,000 roubles from the regional budget each.
“The payments continue. We have the lists of the dead, while the lists of those injured are prepared in coordination with the Investigative Committee,” he said.
Thirty-four people were killed in the terrorist attacks on December 29 and 30.