Medvedev refused to lighten up

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Dmitry Medvedev Photo: Yekaterina Shtukina / TASS

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev did not rule out further adjustments and changes in pension legislation and urged the government not to lighten up. About it reports “Interfax”.

“I want to emphasize that the adoption of pension legislation and related secondary legislation, the work does not just ends, it is to a certain extent only just begun,” — said Medvedev.

He also stressed that we need to be prepared for possible adjustments. “We have just come from reality and to respond to the problems that may arise. And not to lighten up, and to make decisions”, — said the Prime Minister.

According to Medvedev, it is necessary to watch the changing labour market, how to develop the relationship between employees and employers in the context of the changes already.

Earlier, on 28 August, it was reported that Prime Minister for the first time in two weeks appeared in public. It was noted that the head of the government is injured during sports.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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