The capital's retirees will receive more

By the end of the year in Moscow will be a pension equal to two minimum subsistence level.This was stated by Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov at the opening ceremony of the City Day.By the end of the year in Moscow will be a pension equal to two minimum subsistence level.This was stated by Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov at the opening ceremony of the City Day.

In the second quarter of 2009, the cost of living for pensioners in Moscow amounted to more than 5 thousand rubles.Luzhkov also noted that all of the benefits and allowances to disabled and pensioners will continue.

According to him, the year 2010 will be difficult for Moscow's economy, but the government hopes to lay the foundation for the revival of the economic state and development of the capital."To support employment and incomes of Muscovites - is the key to the issue, to produce and have effective demand in the economy in Moscow today in a crisis the lowest unemployment rate in the country and we direct action to support small businesses, which emplo

ys almost everyone.third Muscovite ", - he said, adding that to date, the average salary of Muscovites - more than 34 thousand rubles, reminds RIA Novosti.

According to the mayor, 20 years, city authorities have kept the social orientation of the budget, and now, in times of crisis, these priorities will only intensify, said Russian News Service.In the 2010 budget for this region will spend more than 530 billion rubles, which is significantly more than in the current year."Talking about the social obligations, we do not forget about the construction of social housing this year Moscow will close the problem of defrauded real estate investors." - Promised Luzhkov.

He also noted that in the near future will not be the capital of the move to 100% for housing and communal services."This is possible only when the Muscovites earnings reach the respective high level", - said Luzhkov.

Regarding the solutions for energy saving and energy efficiency problems HCS, the Moscow authorities called their top priority."Our goal -. To reduce energy consumption in this area is two times then we will achieve significant savings for the Muscovites in the payment of electricity, heat and water," - said Luzhkov.