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Russian Post delivers pensions even to hard-to-reach points in Kamchatka

Russian Post delivers pensions even to hard-to-reach points in Kamchatka
Photo: Russian Post Press Service

Russian Post delivers pensions to 35 inaccessible settlements of Kamchatka. The postal service is especially important for elderly and disabled people, residents of small villages where there is no banking infrastructure.

Often, post offices in remote areas are the only financial institution and supplier of essential goods. The social significance of postal services is especially evident in a pandemic and in adverse weather conditions, when the number of passenger flights to local destinations is sharply reduced. Then the Russian Post, in agreement with the regional branch of the Pension Fund, delivers payments to each recipient ahead of schedule and at home.

According to Denis Buzykin, Director of the Kamchatka Federal Penitentiary Service, delivery of pensions and the provision of services in small towns remains a priority for the Russian Post. To deliver social benefits, postal workers use any transportation opportunity.

You can clarify questions on the provision of services, including the delivery of pensions, in the customer support service of the Russian Post. To do this, you need to send an electronic appeal in a chat on the site, in the mobile application or call the toll-free number 8-800-1-000-000.

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