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Crimean Pensions Go Up
6.05.2014 09:00
Crimean Pensions Go Up

In May Crimean pensions will increase to an average of 7900 rubles.

      Pensions of the Crimeans will grow in May by 50%, the average of 2600 rubles. As a result, the average pension in the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol will be 7900 rubles, Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Russia Maxim Topilin said.

      "Payments in May will be made in normal mode, all conditions for this have been created," he said.

      Payments will be arranged in the post offices on a fixed schedule. The minister recalled that in April, pensions in Crimean Federal District have increased by 25% with respect to the assigned pension.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: the Crimea     

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