DUSHANBE, January 27, 2011, Asia-Plus -- According to the updated data from the Tajik Embassy in Moscow, the number of Tajik nationals wounded in a January 24 bombing attack at Moscow Domodedovo airport has risen to 19, three of them are critical.
“Three other Tajiks are currently receiving treatment for wounds they sustained in the Domodedovo blast,” said the source, “Two of them were identified as Izatullo Oppakhonov, 35, and Fakhriddin Najmiddinov, 37. Both are from Roudaki district. The name of the third person is not yet known.”
Earlier it was reported that thirteen Tajik nationals were wounded in the Domodedovo blast.
All victims of the Domodedovo blast will receive cash compensation from the Russian Government. “Families of those killed in the blast will receive 3 million Russian rubles, 1.9 million rubles will be paid to those who were severely wounded and 1.2 million rubles will be paid to those who were slightly wounded,” the source said, noting that the Tajik Embassy is assisting relatives of the blast victims with preparing documents necessary for receiving the compensation.
Russian news agency, RIA Novosti, cited the Moscow mayor as saying that nationals from 10 countries were wounded in the Domodedovo blast.