At the RSA talked about repayment of wages, pensions and scholarships arrears

20 March 2014 15:19  4564167 064988
At the RSA talked about repayment of wages, pensions and scholarships arrears

Today, March 20, under the chairmanship of the Acting Deputy Chairman of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Mykhailo Popovich, there was a telephone conference with district state administrations, city executive committees on repayment of arrears in salaries, pensions, scholarships other benefits and tax debt.

According to the Director of the Social Welfare Department of the RSA Victor Matsola, as of January 1, the arrears of wages in the region was 8308.7 thousand hryvnias, or 1.0 percent of the total debt in Ukraine.

         According to DSA's and city executive committees, as of 20.03.2014, the arrears of wages at enterprises, organizations and institutions of the region were 5390.9 thousand hryvnias. Compared to January 1, 2014, this amount decreased by 2917.8 thousand hryvnias.

In particular, those are debts of economically active enterprises, which amount to 3793.0 thousand hryvnia, of bankrupt enterprises - 1532.0 thousand hryvnias, of companies that have suspended business activities - 65.9 thousand hryvnias.

Also, during the conference, it was noted that during the last month the "Zakarpatpolimetaly" LLC reduced the arrears of wages to their employees. Thus, while on January 1, total debt amounted to 4986.7 thousand hryvnias, now, according to the latest data, total debt is equal to 1126.6 thousand hryvnias.

At the end of the conference call, Mykhailo Popovich instructed DSA's and city executive committees to intensify the work of regional committees, which should monitor wage arrears and avoid new debts. And also to work with those companies who had debts in the previous period of work.

Source - Office of Information Activities

and Public Relations of the RSA

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