Loans that received in Sberbank journalists, soldiers and artists, died 25 December in a plane crash near Sochi will be charged, told journalists the Minister of transport of the Russian Federation, the Chairman of the Commission on investigation of the crash Maxim Sokolov, reports .
“Sberbank has taken the decision to write off debts of victims”, — said the Minister, explaining that for debt relief close relatives of the deceased must submit an application to be taken in the savings Bank, and special staffs of the Ministry of defense and Ministry of labor.
Sokolov noted that December 29 will hold with Russian banks talks about a possible debt write-off of the dead passengers of the Tu-154.
In early 2016, the savings Bank has forgiven debts to the families of the miners killed and missing in the accident at the Vorkutinskaya mine “North.” Then the management of the Bank decided to write off the whole amount of principal, accrued interest, fines, penalties and penalties on loans.
Sokolov also said that the payment of compensation to the relatives of the victims will be made by the branches of Sberbank in Moscow, even during the Christmas holidays.
“A number of offices in Moscow will work to ensure that payments and the new year celebrations, the work will not stop even after 1 of January,” — said the head of Ministry of transport.
Yesterday, 28 Dec, insurance company SOGAZ announced the beginning of payments to the families of the victims. According to the company, the amount of payments to the family of each dead soldier will be a total of more than 5.8 million rubles., of which 2,337 mln insurance payout and 3,506 million roubles — a lump sum.
According to the Russian Union of insurers (VSS), according to the Air code, to the families of all aboard the plane put the payment on 2 million rubles.
In addition, the social insurance Fund of the Russian Federation has undertaken to pay compensation in the amount of 1 million rubles to all the families of the victims were in a plane crash at execution of labour duties. The Fund said that such payments will be able to get the relatives of the nine journalists “First”, NTV and Zvezda TV channel, and also Executive Director of the International public organization “Fair help” Elizabeth Glinka. Thus, the families of the passengers of civilians can expect compensation in the amount of about 3 million rubles.
EN route to the Syrian Latakia Tu-154 belonging to the Russian defense Ministry crashed in the morning, December 25, after takeoff from Adler airport. On Board were 92 people: soldiers, artists Alexandrov ensemble, journalists, and the head of the Fund “Fair aid” Elizabeth Glinka.