obliged Ukraine 'undertake the International Monetary Fund by the end of 2016 to adopt a law on gradual change in the retirement age.
This is stated in the text of the memorandum of cooperation between Ukraine and the IMF.
The IMF notes that in order to reduce the deficit of the Pension Fund of Ukraine should by the end of December 2016 to adopt amendments to pension legislation.
In particular, the government should gradually resolve the retirement age and to further reducing opportunities for early retirement, tighten eligibility for the minimum pension.
Also, according to the memorandum, Ukraine must ensure that no privileges for any profession (except military), and expand the basis for contributions to the social security system.
In order to broaden the base of contributions to the social security system; ensure equitable tax treatment of pensions; and encourage the return of actual income.
In addition, Ukraine is committed 'yazalasya from 2017 to engage in the provision of pension increase through contributions.
Earlier in the media 'information appeared that the IMF requires of Ukraine pension reform for the next tranche.
Among the requirements: a gradual change in the retirement age, establishing a single principle without providing pension benefits for any professions (except military), broadening the base for contributions to the social security system, a just tax regime for pensions.
September 14 IMF decided to allocate Ukraine third tranche of $ 1 billion for the program EFF EFF.