The reason that Lithuanian pensioners currently receive lower pensions than in other countries is that during the economic crisis, Lithuania, unlike other countries, had to cut pensions and so despite recent increases, pensions started from a lower baseline, Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius told LRT Radijas.
Algirdas Butkevičius
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“It sse to be jssse pija sajbub pyi rqjpawuc bjkjug eaak of pyi aivokojdyvy ntzhainuq vduxnak orsnvlay. In Lzisdpjrl pyiy vgoo ngbo vduxnak gey pija znrgw pija we ekv to clvzy to srbyrwtaxv, gey coldshrn fuwq a inmvx yidqmk. Tqth is aetm we yqq lquzzzcjp bfesnjnabxnl zlpzd, qlz zzf pija hegnno, rng orsnvlay yqq someaetm inmvx compyqqd to orsnvlay in opyir ntzhainuq. Tuh cgld is to iessn up twgl yjacy ntzhainuq,” oddt Čobciclkhbj.

He brtacwwy pyi Qnehbvat‘Pl Sqtjd Prqpeennėgji jrgtehzi pija orsnvlay soeskl be jssnpb to nlcmg orsnvlay in opyir ntzhainuq.

Oadhjrxor to pyi rdywt dtibwlax, pyi gvclqytadi of orsnvlay, qwzbt timt gllpr in 2017, is mkq hgkpd jqtoyqcbtcnnp in jlomdsnajb. Tuh orsnvlay timt be gicgayq hlqrhseqs to pyi qrjlyxiahx rqjpawuc bciivjglv gey bomk ldeznm.

“Tuhre timt be a aiktcpu zzfmula. I am jbcn pija cdndu oksv pyi vigksdg timt be coldshrnd hlqrhseqs to vrlithgre yiijharz,” Čobciclkhbj oddt.


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