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 Relatives of Ukrainians who died in plane crash in Rostov-on-Don housed in local hotels

Relatives of Ukrainians who died in the Boeing crash in Rostov-on-Don are housed in the local Don-Plaza hotel. Psychologists and doctors are working with them.

Governor of the Rostov Region Vasiliy Golubev said answering the question of the reporter of Censor.NET.

"We are individually working with each relative," Golubev said.

He promised to provide complete information about the relatives of the killed Ukrainians by the evening.

Read more: "We treat all body pieces the same despite citizenship," - Russia's Investigative Committee on Ukrainians killed in Boeing 737 crash

"According to our data, which, of course, might be defined more exactly because some victims could have had dual citizenship, the crash killed eight Ukrainian citizens. We have already expressed condolences to our colleagues in the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.

"Required work with the relatives of the victims is already underway, particularly here, in Rostov-on-Don," Maksim Sokolov, Russia's Transport Minister, who heads the government commission on liquidation of consequences of the crash, said answering the question of Censor.NET.
 
 
 
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