Azerbaijan, Baku, 15 September/ Trend , corr J. Babayeva/ The bodies of Azerbaijani citizens died in a plane crash in Russia, will be brought to Azerbaijan in a week, Ilgar Hajiyev, chairman of Moscow bureau of All-Russia Congress of Azerbaijanis said to Trend by telephone from Moscow.
Boing-737 carrying out Moscow-Perm flight crashed in Perm on 14 September early in the morning. A total of 82 passengers and five crew members were on board. There are eight Azerbaijani citizens among crash victims.
"Their bodies will be brought to Azerbaijan in a week as forensic examination is being conducted now. Relatives of the victims have been invited to take blood samples from them for DNA test. The bodies are much damaged, it is almost impossible to recognize them. The forensic examination will take a week," Hajiyev said.
The relative of the victims flied to Moscow with the support of Russia's Embassy in Azerbaijan and Russian government, he said.
The airway company, who is responsible for the crash, will allocate funds for the relatives of the victims. This issue is being discussed at the moment, he added.
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