Two Russian citizens among Minsk metro blast victims

Other News Materials 12 April 2011 13:28 (UTC +04:00)

Two Russian women are among those injured by the explosion in Minsk's metro on 11 April, Belarusian Healthcare Minister Vasily Zharko told media on 12 April, Belta reported.

According to the official, the state of the Russian citizens is grave but they are out of danger.

Vasily Zharko said that six Moscow medics will arrive on 12 April to provide consultative aid. They will work for the Minsk Emergency Medical Aid Hospital where people with the gravest injuries are.

BelTA reported earlier that the explosion in Minsk's metro affected 151 people, with 12 dead. The state of 40 victims is grave, that of 58 victims is intermediate, and the state of the rest is close to satisfactory.