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MOSCOW, January 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Compensations to the victims of the terrorist acts in Volgograd have been paid, Emergencies Deputy Minister Vladimir Stepanov said.
“Compensations have been paid in full,” Stepanov said on Thursday.
The Emergency Situations Ministry means and equipment “work as usual”, the deputy minister said.
“The life in the city has normalised,” he added.
At the same time, he said psychologists continue to work with relatives of the victims and with injured people.
Two terrorist acts were committed in Volgograd -- at the railway station on December 29 and in a trolleybus on December 30. Twenty-four people died and over 70 people were injured.