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The wages of state employees in Kamchatka will grow by 7,4%, except for civil servants

Vladimir Ilyukhin, the governor of the Kamchatka Territory, explained to EastRussia that, despite the difficult economic conditions in the country, the authorities of the region decided to keep the whole range of social support measures for the population. All previous programs are currently protected by the regional budget.

“Moreover, from January 1, we are introducing a number of new support measures, including for young families, - says the head of the region. - Social policy in the region in recent years has allowed us to significantly reduce the outflow of the population, for several years now we have been recording a natural increase. Thanks to support measures in the region, the number of large families is growing every year ", - told EastRussia the governor of Kamchatka.

Simultaneously, “From January we have also foreseen an increase in wages for state employees. And although at the federal level the increase is planned only at the level of 5,5%, from January 1, salaries for absolutely all categories of public sector employees in Kamchatka, with the exception of civil servants, will grow by 7,4%"- approved Vladimir Ilyukhin.

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