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Uralkali completes payment of 7.8 billion roubles to all levels of governments

23.12.2009
Uralkali (Berezniki, Perm Territory) has completed the payment of 5.454 billion roubles to the Federal Government. This means that the company has now fully complied with its self-imposed obligation, announced in March 2009, to pay a total of around 7.8 billion roubles to all levels of governments.

The company decided to pay this amount, in line with its strong commitment to social responsibility, to cover the costs related to the Mine 1 accident and to bridge the financing gap for the construction of the 53-kilometer Yaiva-Solikamsk railway link, bypassing Verkhnekamskoye potash-magnesium salts deposit.

The money, which was paid by the company under its agreements with the Russian Ministry of Finance, the Perm Territory Administration, and the Berezniki Administration, were directed to cover the following costs:

- 1.819 billion roubles the costs incurred by the federal government in relation to the Mine 1 accident;

- 494 million roubles the costs incurred by the Perm regional government in relation to the Mine 1 accident;

- 36 million roubles the costs incurred by the Berezniki municipal government in relation to the Mine 1 accident;

- 454 million roubles the costs incurred by Russian Railways for the construction of a 6-kilometer railroad bypass;

- 5 billion roubles the financing gap for the construction of the 53-kilometer Yaiva-Solikamsk railroad section bypassing the Verkhnekamskoye potash-magnesium salts deposit.
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Smoking in mines is prohibited.
Work at heights without wearing a safety harness is prohibited.
Work in electrical installations under voltage is prohibited.
It is forbidden to perform work and stay in the bottomhole zone during the operation of the mining machine.
Loading and unloading operations when people are in the danger zone are prohibited.
Working in underground mines with unsecured and/or unassembled roofing is prohibited.
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