The average pension in the country grew by almost 14% in 2020.
13:35, 24 March 2021
Pension funds accumulated over the years of employment could be passed to heirs, the minister said.
14:25, 10 March 2021
However, not all retirees are subject to pension supplements.
19:30, 01 March 2021
An increase in pensions will depend on the subsistence level and the minimum wage.
14:00, 27 November 2020
At the same time, Marchenko says there will be enough money in budget to pay off pensions and salaries to state employees before year-end.
13:10, 27 November 2020
The state-owned Oschadbank has made all the necessary preparations to prevent interruptions.
12:45, 27 October 2020
The Cabinet of Ministers plans to launch a funded pension system as early as in 2021.
16:15, 05 October 2020
Earlier, President Zelensky has signed the relevant law.
09:25, 01 September 2020
The size of the minimum pension from July 1 grew by UAH 74 (US$3).
23:30, 25 August 2020
The Cabinet also intends to adapt to the EU laws Ukrainian legislation on private pension funds to enhance protection of property rights and interests of pensioners.
19:50, 15 June 2020
The new program aims to help Ukraine to cope with COVID-19 pandemic challenges.
17:40, 10 June 2020
The recalculation of pensions will be based on a 1.11 multiplier applicable to the average wages in Ukraine after insurance payments.
16:04, 09 April 2020
The new budget draft envisages a slight reduction in spending on road construction and repairs.
15:57, 08 April 2020
Fund worth up to UAH 13 bln: Zelensky agrees with large businesses on support for anti-coronavirus effortsAn additional UAh 10 billion will be allocated to help senior citizens with pensions at UAH 5,000 (nearly US$ 270) and below.
09:00, 17 March 2020
The Pension Fund provided pension payments totaling UAH 413 billion (US$16.1 billion) to 11.3 million retirees.
11:26, 12 March 2020
The priority for the Cabinet is to prevent the economic and budget crises.
10:20, 05 March 2020
The expert believes it is necessary to further develop social policies.
13:20, 17 February 2020
The lawmaker also spoke in favor of paying Ukrainian pensions to residents of the occupied territories in Donbas.
12:48, 13 February 2020
From today, the minimum pension has been increased by 74 UAH ($3.1) to UAH 1,638 ($68.51).
18:20, 01 December 2019
To receive pensions, those living in the occupied areas now have to cross to the government-controlled territory and undergo an IDing procedure, which is an issue for those physically unable to do this.
11:20, 29 November 2019