China News Service, November 29. According to a report by Russian Satellite Network on the 29th, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said that the Russian government will allocate 80 million rubles (about 6.8 million yuan) to aid Kemai The families of the victims and the injured in the mine accident in Lovo Prefecture will receive 1 million rubles (approximately RMB 85,000) for each family member of the victims.

  Mishustin said at the meeting: "The government has decided to provide assistance to the families of the victims and the injured. For this purpose, an order has been issued to allocate 80 million rubles, and each family member of the dead will receive 1 million rubles."

  Mishustin added that every person who was seriously injured and moderately injured in the accident will receive 400,000 rubles; minor injuries will receive 200,000 rubles.

  Mishustin also pointed out that the Kemerovo state government, the company to which the mine was involved, and the social security fund will also pay compensation to the families of the miners who died and the injured.

  On the morning of November 25, local time, a smoke accident occurred in the Listvizhnaya mine in Kemerovo region. At the time of the incident, there were 285 people underground, most of whom were rescued.

  Mine rescuers went to rescue the remaining people, but were evacuated shortly afterwards due to the danger of explosion.

According to preliminary information, the cause of the accident was a methane explosion.

  At present, the accident resulted in 51 deaths, of which 46 were miners and 5 were mine rescuers.

On the 29th, the remains of 11 victims in the mine have been raised to the ground, including 8 miners and 3 rescuers.