Spirbank, the largest Russian bank, announced it would cancel loans to the victims of the AN-148 plane that crashed on the outskirts of Moscow in a move aimed at supporting and assisting the families of these victims.
According to preliminary data, more than 25 out of 71 people died in the crash, according to a statement by Spearbank Tuesday. "We decided to settle all debt for those who died in the crash."
They are clients of the bank "Spirbank". The bank did not disclose the amount of money claimed by the victims.
An AN-148 belonging to Russia's Saratov airliner crashed on Sunday evening minutes after taking off from Moscow's Domoddevo International Airport. With 71 people on board, all killed.