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Pensions of furrowers and reindeer herders took control in Chukotka

Pensions of furrowers and reindeer herders took control in Chukotka
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In the Chukotka Autonomous Region, workers in traditional industries will receive qualified advice for collecting documents for calculating pensions. Especially many problems arise in residents of remote villages.

According to the press service of the government of Chukotka, requests for consultations are often addressed to the Committee on Indigenous Issues. As the head of the committee, Valentina Kelkut, said, it’s hard for many to understand these issues, and tundra workers do not always have the opportunity to receive a pension on time.

 According to the head of the Department of Agriculture and Food of Chukotka Sergey Davidyuk, the organization of electronic interaction with the FIU will take special control. Reindeer herders, fishermen, hunter-fishermen who worked in the Far North and equated to them, old-age insurance pension is assigned to 50 years old men and 45 years old women. If you can use electronic document management, pensions can be assigned faster. In addition, such an interaction will help to avoid mistakes in obtaining pensions.
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