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Applications to Pension Fund simplified for Russians abroad

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Applications to Pension Fund simplified for Russians abroad


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It will now be easier for Russian compatriots living abroad to get advice from employees of the Russian Pension Fund (RPF). They will be available in the offices of Rossotrudnichestvo, the agency's website reports.

The corresponding agreement was signed by Evgeny Primakov, who heads Rossotrudnichestvo, and the chairman of the RPF board, Maxim Topilin.

According to Primakov, the agreement will allow the department to rise to a new level in working with compatriots. He assured that Rossotrudnichestvo did not plan to stop holding cultural events.

Initially, the new service will be available at the Russian Cultural Center in Israel, but it is assumed that in the very near future a similar system will work in other offices of Rossotrudnichestvo.

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