Russia will switch to bilateral agreements with these countries, they will help to avoid the loss of periods of experience. In addition, the denunciation will save up to 2.2 billion rubles. from the budget
The State Duma at the plenary session denounced the agreement on guarantees of the rights of citizens of the CIS countries in the field of pensions. The broadcast was conducted on the website of the lower house.
As Andrei Pudov, Deputy Minister of Labor, explained at the meeting, Russia will instead switch to bilateral agreements, most of which have already been concluded. This will make it possible to exclude the situation when people lose their seniority for whole periods since 2002, the deputy minister explained. “This is a bonus for people in terms of protecting their pension rights,” — Pudov said.
The draft law on the denunciation of the agreement was submitted to the State Duma in early April. Exit from the document is planned from January 1, 2023.
As indicated in the explanatory note, the agreement fulfilled the task of taking into account the interests of generations that have work experience in the USSR. At the same time, 30 years have passed since the date of its signing, and the countries— the parties to the agreement switched from the state pension system to its formation on the basis of paid insurance premiums. As a result, citizens cannot “fully exercise their pension rights.”
The explanatory note notes that due to the growth of migration to Russia, the costs of implementing the agreement are also growing, and those who do not have a minimum work experience in the USSR are also subject to its action. The denunciation of the agreement will save up to 2.2 billion rubles. from the budget of the Pension Fund of Russia (PFR) in the period from 2023 to 2025, follows from the document.
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Future pensioners will receive payments according to the new rules. Thus, according to agreements with the EAEU countries, from January 1, pension costs will be divided according to a proportional system: the experience acquired in different member countries will be summed up, each of the countries will pay only its part. An agreement on the same principles was signed with Tajikistan, negotiations are underway with Moldova and Uzbekistan.
The agreement on guarantees of pension rights was signed in 1992, its participants, except Russia, are nine countries (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan , Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine).
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