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Putin promised to continue raising pensions

Putin promised to continue raising pensions
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised to continue increasing the size of pensions in the coming years. Funds for indexation are included in the country's draft three-year budget.

The President announced this today at a meeting on economic issues. Putin also noted the need to prepare additional social support measures when preparing the budget, especially for families with children.

According to him, these should be one-time payments to families in which schoolchildren are growing up, as well as to law enforcement officers, military personnel, cadets and pensioners.

Putin added that in 2023, all military personnel and law enforcement officers will have their salaries indexed by an additional 5%.

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