December 16, 2022, 22:29 – Public News Service – OSN
The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation agreed on the calculation procedure and set the size of the subsistence allowance for 2023 minimum for new Russian regions. It is reported by TASS.
As specified in the Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation, next year the size of the subsistence minimum per capita in Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics will amount to 11,213 rubles, for the able-bodied part of the population – 12,222 rubles, for pensioners – 9,643 rubles, for children – 10,877.
For residents of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, the figures were slightly higher. The average cost of living is 11,644 rubles, for the working population – 12,692 rubles, for pensioners – 10,014 rubles, for children – 11,295 rubles.
The difference in figures in the ministry was explained by the difference in the coefficient of regional differentiation. It is expected that over the next two years it will grow for the DPR and LPR from 0.78 to 0.94 and for the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions – from 0.81 to 0.97.
Earlier, the Public News Service reported that from January 1 of the new year, the subsistence allowance will be increased in the Moscow region. minimum per person. This figure will rise to the level of 17,277 rubles. The corresponding statement was made by the Minister of Economy and Finance Natalia Maslenkina.