Trutnev promised to continue the search for the miners in the emergency mine in Yakutia

Rescue works in flooded mine the Mir mine in Yakutia, where to look for eight miners, will continue. About it journalists were reported by the Plenipotentiary representative of Russian President in the far Eastern Federal district Yuri Trutnev during his working trip to the city of peace, reports TASS.

“The main task — to try to save people. Rescue operations are continuing, and they will continue, as necessary and possible mountain conditions,” said the official.

He said that the Commission of Rostekhnadzor will present to the government the first report on the investigation of the accident within a month. “Conclusions will be drawn what to do next and who should be responsible for what happened,” — said Trutnev, adding that the Agency will review the situation in all enterprises of the company “ALROSA”, which is engaged in diamond mining on the mine disaster. “We must understand that risks a repetition of the situation there,” he said.

On August 4, at the mine “Mir” has been a breakthrough of water. After emergency workers evacuated 142 out of 151. The next day was able to raise to the surface miner Alisher Mirzaev, stuck at a depth of 410 meters. Eight miners remain missing.