The head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina regrets the unsuccessful statement of her first deputy Sergei Shvetsov on the issue of supporting pensioners. Mr. Shvetsov said that Russians need to be helped to retire with a good pension package, which, first of all, must be formed by themselves during their active life. “I regret the extremely unfortunate wording of my deputy on the issue of supporting pensioners. Most of those who have already retired or are leaving now did not have the opportunity to make savings for old age, “Ms Nabiullina told reporters (quoted by Prime). She noted that one of the priorities of the state is to ensure a decent pension for everyone. Mr. Shvetsov also said that Russians today have many options for self-accumulation – through pension funds, insurance companies, securities or real estate. “The Bank of Russia, for its part, works over the development of non-state pension funds to enable future pensioners to form….