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The Ministry of Finance commented on the indexation of pensions to workers

The Ministry of Finance commented on the indexation of pensions to workers
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Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov commented on the restoration of the indexation of pensions for working pensioners. According to him, the state's priority is to support pensioners who do not have additional sources of income.

As reported RIA News"Siluanov noted that budgetary resources are directed primarily to help families with children and address poverty issues. He added that two thousand rubles a year are allocated to increase the pension of each unemployed pensioner.

“This year we saw inflation above the planned values ​​- we are giving additional one-time support measures. And we will first of all take care of those categories of pensioners who do not have additional income, ”he said.

Since June 2016, pensions for working pensioners in Russia have not been indexed, regardless of the amount of earnings. Proposals to return indexing were raised more than once, but so far they remained unanswered.

In July, IAA EastRussia reported that the authorities will work out indexing pensions for working pensioners in 2022. The corresponding instructions were given to the heads of the Ministry of Labor, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Development.

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