Mali: Pensioners will get 5 to 13 percent tomorrow's economy



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Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said today that pensioners will pay the first part of the pension for October with an increase of five to 13 percent, adding that pensions were never higher

Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said today that pensioners will pay the first part of the pension for October with an increase of five to 13 percent, but they add that pensions are never higher.

In the daily center and club for the association of the oldest citizens of "Radane Pupič" in Belgrade, he said that Serbia has bankrupted until 2013, but today it has stable finances, thanks to the oldest citizens who have reduced their pensions in the last four years.

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"President of Serbia (Aleksandar) Vucic said that from year to year we will grow bigger and bigger," Mali said.

According to him, young people from Serbia will no longer go to other countries because the country has a better chance and security.

"Our children do not think that they will go to New Zealand and America to work, they already think about how to stay here, to build a family and to have that future," Mali adds.

Minister of Labor, Veterans and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevich said that the goal of the ministry is to have gerontological centers and clubs in Serbia in every city in Serbia, as in Belgrade.

"Whenever I see that the government is good, I will ask that, as far as this is good for Serbian citizens, it will be good for pensioners, and I will insist that I will be a competent minister to increase pensions," Djordjevic said.

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Mayor of Belgrade Zoran Radojičić said that the gerontological club "Radana Pupić" was built on 300 square meters and that the city invested 9 million dinars.

"One of the activities we will soon expect is the opening of a new home for the elderly, which will be 30th in the series, and one of the priorities is improving the health care of third parties," Radojičič said, adding that in the last three nine years old centers for the elderly in Belgrade.

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