To support non-working pensioners whose income is below the subsistence level, the government will send more than 10 billion rubles to the regions. This was stated by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a government meeting today, July 28, a video of his speech was published on the government’s Telegram channel. “Today we will allocate over 10 billion rubles. to support non-working pensioners,” said Mr. Mishustin. The funds will be allocated for social supplements to the pensions of citizens whose income is less than the subsistence minimum. The head of government noted that the burden on the regions increased due to the June increase in the subsistence minimum by 10%. “Federal subsidies will be able to compensate them for the costs associated with this and pay allowances to more than a million people,” the prime minister emphasized. Earlier, the Ministry of Labor developed parameters for indexing insurance pensions for non-working pensioners for the next three years. According to the draft budget of the Pension Fund (PF) for 2023 and the planning period of 2024 and 2025, the pension will grow on average … .