Collection of assistance for the victims of Boeing 747 crash through the Emergency Situations Ministry of Kyrgyzstan will end on February 1. Starting from February 11, the humanitarian aid will be distributed among the victims and families of the victims. Information Support Department of the government's executive office reported.
It was noted that the day before the first Vice Prime Minister Mukhammetkaliy Abulgaziev held a site meeting with the heads of ministries and departments in Semetey hotel where the victims of the plane crash have been placed.
"The accident is our common tragedy, and we will not leave the victims alone with their troubles. The government will provide all necessary assistance, it is our responsibility. Currently, a place for temporary accommodation of victims is being chosen. Manas village is considered as one of the options so that children can continue their education in their schools," Mukhammetkaliy Abulgaziev said.
He also assured that transferred to the single MES account funds will be distributed fairly and transparently. Collection of humanitarian aid from the population will end on February 1. After February 11, the humanitarian aid will be distributed among the victims and families of the victims. The victims themselves, the elders, youth and other citizens will be involved in it.
Owners of partially damaged houses will be provided with slate and other materials. Work on clean-up of debris, neutralization of kerosene smell is being carried out.