ST. PETERSBURG, March 14. After principal payments to dismissed employees of airline “Transaero” debts on a salary in St. Petersburg has decreased in 6 times to 243,66 million. This is evidenced by data of the State labour Inspectorate in St. Petersburg.
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“As of 14 March wage arrears is 243,66 million in respect 3486 workers”, – stated in the information published on the website of the Inspectorate. As of February 1 the debt amounted to $ 1,465 billion before 10416 employees.
The reduction was due to the “Transaero”, which after the intervention of the Prosecutor’s office and other Federal authorities paid off most debt to dismissed employees. In February, the company owed the workers about 8399 1,311 billion, and now there are debts in the amount of 36.2 million rubles against 273 persons.
As reported in the press service of the employment Center, currently in the Agency of the Moscow region has addressed more than 30 members of “Transaero”, which collect the documents for the recognition their unemployed. “At the beginning of March, 29 people recognized seeking (get documents), 2 people with a full package of documents are in the process of recognition of the unemployed”, – said in the employment center, adding that the Agency also apply the abbreviated from of “Transaero”. These are mainly workers technical (engineers, mechanics, etc.).
Transaero airlines was registered in Saint Petersburg and is included in the list of 131 core company. Total debt is estimated at 250 billion rubles. A decision on bankruptcy was adopted at the governmental meeting with the participation of Prime Minister of the Russian Federation on 1 October last year.