Czech seniors are increasingly enjoying pensions abroad. He spends in Greece and Switzerland

Most pensions went to Slovakia, over 35,000. This follows from CSSA statistics.

Old-age or disability pensions are received from the Czech Republic by people who worked in the country and paid pension insurance and met other conditions. Widow’s, widower’s and orphan’s pensions belong to surviving wives, husbands and children. In the future, the number of Czech pensions that will be sent abroad is likely to increase. The number of foreign workers who also contribute to the pension system has increased in recent years.

Last year, the administration sent almost 21,000 old-age pensions to the Slovak part of the former common state. 3900 less pensions were paid to seniors in Germany. This was followed by Poland with 13,700 old-age pensions. Canada, the USA, Switzerland, Austria, Australia, Greece and Bulgaria are in the top ten countries. The office sends money to 1,600 to 4,000 seniors to these states.

Most Czech invalidity, widow’s and orphan’s pensions travel to Slovakia. However, men in Germany receive the most widow’s pensions from the Czech Republic.

Among the ten countries where the most disability pensions are paid from the Czech Republic, in addition to neighboring countries, there are also Britain, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden. In each of these states, there are dozens of pensions. For example, in 2010 16 Czech disability pensions went to Ukraine, last year 63. In Slovakia about 8100 people receive Czech disability pension, in Poland about 1100, in Germany around 800 and in Austria about 260.

The Czech National Bank is in charge of disbursing the money. The social administration gives her payment orders in Czech crowns. The CNB then pays out amounts through partner banks abroad, in euros, dollars, pounds and six other currencies. “The CSSA always issues CNB orders in the amount that was granted to the pension recipient. The amount actually paid out may vary depending on the exchange rate and fees of local banks, “said the social administration.

In order to receive a pension abroad, people must regularly fill in a certificate of living abroad as well as an application for payment abroad. The forms are on the office’s website. Documents can be sent by post with a verified signature. People must have an electronic signature to submit electronically.

Certificates of living are submitted by pensioners at intervals to be determined by them. The pension is then paid retrospectively for the period from the last payment to the month in which the person provided proof of living. “The pension is paid whenever the CSSA receives a certified certificate of living. In principle, the intervals for submitting a certificate also determine the payout intervals. If the client sends it twice a year, the payment of the pension for the return period is also made twice a year, “said the administration. She has previously stated that the payment of pensions abroad is administratively demanding. Each case must be considered separately.

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Two thousand Orthodox Jews have been waiting for days at the Ukrainian border | NOW

About two thousand Orthodox Jews try to cross the border into Ukraine from Belarus (what we called Belarus until recently). The faithful want to make an annual pilgrimage to Ukraine, but are stopped by the country’s border guards. An improvised camp has been set up at the border crossing.

Every year, tens of thousands of Orthodox Jews from France, the United States and Israel, among others, travel to the grave of an important rabbi in Ukraine to celebrate the Jewish New Year.

Some 2,000 pilgrims have ignored a warning from Ukraine not to travel. After being let through by the Belarusian Border Guard, they have been waiting for the Ukrainian border since Tuesday. Tents have been set up between the border posts of the two countries and many pilgrims sleep in the open air.

Ukraine closed its borders at the end of last month due to the corona crisis. Israel had already asked the country to limit the pilgrimage as much as possible because of the virus. Israeli Education Minister Ze’ev Elkin is calling on pilgrims to leave the border area and respect the Ukrainian entry ban.

During the Jewish New Year, Orthodox Jews visit the grave of Rabbi Nachman in Uman, who revived the Hasidic movement and died in 1810.

Belarus offers pilgrims bus rides

The waiting pilgrims have since become part of mounting tensions between Ukraine and Belarus. Kiev accuses Minsk of “knowingly or unknowingly” spreading rumors that the border is still open. The Belarusian authorities are also said to encourage pilgrims to travel to Ukraine via this route.

Belarus says Ukraine is treating pilgrims “inhumane”. The country has offered to drive the pilgrims to the grave and back in buses.

Relations between the two countries have deteriorated since Ukraine decided, along with European member states, not to recognize authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko’s recent election win.

Mass protests against the government have been taking place in Belarus for months. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, the leader of the Belarusian opposition, will speak in the European Parliament on Monday.

Why do we call Belarus Belarus from now on?

  • Since independence in 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the country has been officially called the Republic of Belarus. That name is therefore used in official texts. Belarus does more justice to what the population calls the country itself. Some Belarusians take offense at the name Belarus because of the association with Russia. Previously, we used the established name Belarus, because it is more recognizable to many readers.

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Renault intends to revive the production of passenger cars in Zaporozhye, Ukraine

ZAZ or Zaporizhia Automobile Plant (modeled after the domestic LIAZ or Russian VAZ) is an automaker operating in today’s Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia. During the Soviet era, it was most famous for models adapted to the disabled, who were called negatives according to the place of production. In recent years, however, it has discontinued the production of passenger cars when it has focused on the production of buses or trucks.

Now, however, ZAZ is returning to the production of passenger cars, thanks to the Renault group, which has announced that the carmaker in Zaporozhye will produce its cars for the local Ukrainian market. The aim is to revive the Ukrainian car market, which, after the annexation of Crimea by Russia and the outbreak of war in the east of the country with pro-Russian separatists, found itself in a serious crisis for many years.

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Rada deputy condemned Zelensky for politics worse than Poroshenko

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Co-chairman of the Opposition Platform – For Life faction Vadim Rabinovich criticized the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky for the decision of the Central … RIA Novosti, 09/11/2020

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MOSCOW, Sept. 11 – RIA Novosti. Co-chairman of the faction “Opposition Platform – For Life“Vadim Rabinovich criticized the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky for the decision of the Central Election Commission to cancel the holding of local elections in some territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions… The press release of the politician’s speech is posted on website The parliamentarian pointed out that in both the presidential and parliamentary elections, residents of the East Of Ukraine had the right to vote, but now it is being taken away from them. Nevertheless, the politician noted the importance of local elections, urging them to vote against the party of the incumbent head of state. Earlier, Rabinovich said that the authorities Of Ukraine are preparing repressions and arrests of the opposition ahead of the local elections due to the growing popularity of the Opposition Platform – For Life party.

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Crimea assessed the consequences of the arrest by Ukraine of 65 Russian aircraft

The absentee arrest by Ukrainian vessels of 65 aircraft of Russian airlines flying to Crimea is virtual and will not complicate air flights of tourists and residents of the peninsula. This was stated by the head of the working group on international legal issues at the permanent mission of the Republic of Crimea under the President of the Russian Federation, Alexander Molokhov.

– The arrest of 65 Russian planes is another political bluff, since it exists only in the sick imagination of the Ukrainian leaders of the mythical “Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea,” Molokhov stressed in a comment RIA Novosti… – Such decisions are made by the Kiev authorities out of impotence. The planes flew to the Crimea and will continue to fly.

Earlier, the press service of the so-called “Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea”, which is part of the structure of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, reported that a Ukrainian court had arrested 65 Russian planes flying to Crimea.

Earlier, at the request of the virtual “Prosecutor’s Office of the ARC”, the courts seized 65 aircraft, the crews of which flew to Crimea despite the Ukrainian ban. The authorities of the Square believe that by delivering passengers to Crimea, Russian airlines violate “the procedure for entering and leaving the occupied peninsula.”

This summer, at the peak of the tourist season, Simferopol airport receives and departs more than 220 flights daily. On August 15, the air harbor served 44885 passengers per day, which is a record in the entire history of the Crimean airport. On August 23, another historical record was set – 250 regular flights were accepted and sent per day.

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The Pope on Cardinal Jaworski: “Extremely fair and sincere”

Pope Francis thanks the Lord for the life and apostolic ministry of Cardinal Marian Jaworski, whom he considers a “faithful witness of the Gospel” and “an extremely just, sincere and courageous man who loved the Church”.

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The Pontiff sends the Metropolitan Archbishop of Kraków, Monsignor Marek Jądraszewski, a telegram of condolences for the recent death of Cardinal Marian Jaworski, Archbishop Emeritus of Lviv del Latini, Ukraine, who died on September 5 at the age of 94.

The Pope writes that “with deep sadness”, he learned the news and assures that he joins His Excellency “in the prayer of suffrage, to all the faithful of the Church in Poland and Ukraine, especially in the Archdiocese of Krakow, in the Diocese of Zamość-Lubaczów and the Archdiocese of Lviv ”, while giving“ thanks to the Lord ”for the life and apostolic ministry of this faithful witness of the Gospel.

Valuable contribution to scientific development

Later, he remembers with gratitude “his academic commitment as a respected man of science and professor of theology and philosophy and as Dean and First Rector of the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Krakow.” In fact, Saint John Paul II often highlighted his particular and valuable contribution to scientific development.

“For me to live is Christ”

His episcopal motto was “Mihi vivere Christus est”. “It accompanied him throughout his life and defined his way of thinking, evaluating, choosing, making decisions and defining the perspectives of the different investigations,” writes Pope Francis.

Extremely fair, sincere and courageous man

Francisco also assures that in the hearts of those who knew him, “he remained an extremely just, sincere and courageous man who loved the Church.” In fact – says the Pope – “he left a worthy testimony of priestly zeal, erudition, fidelity to the Gospel and responsibility for the community of believers”.

He was the cordial friend of Saint John Paul II

“He supported him in the work of the episcopal and papal ministry. He also administered the Sacrament of Anointing to the dying Pope “recalls the Pope in the telegram. And as a philosopher and theologian “he collaborated closely with Pope Benedict XVI.” “I am personally united to him – concludes the Pontiff – by the date of the Consistory of the year 2001, when we were both created cardinals.”

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Girl kidnapped at service station when mother paid for fuel – World

A moment of inattention by a mother led a man to kidnap his daughter at the age of four in Ukraine. The situation happened on Monday night at a service station in Boryspil, about 20 kilometers from Kiev.

In the images recorded by a surveillance camera at the service station, a man is seen standing next to the girl while the mother was paying for the fuel.

Inside the car was the father, who was unaware of the situation.

The individual takes the girl and places her in the back seat of a white car, leaving seconds later without causing an alarm.

The video posted by the Ukrainian Interior Ministry on social media led to a manhunt by police authorities.

He was captured less than two hours after the crime, at the airport that serves the Ukrainian capital.

The child was handed over to the parents, apparently without any visible injuries or injuries.

The 29-year-old confessed to the police that he had kidnapped the child for criminal purposes.

He is charged with three crimes, including rape, and faces up to 15 years in prison.

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Ukraine has frozen all contacts with Belarus – Abroad – News

“At the moment, we have, in essence, all contacts with the Belarusian side on hold. I can officially announce this to you. We have frozen all contacts with the Belarusian side,” Kulab said on the Ukrainian TV channel “1 + 1”.

He said that Kiev will follow the development of the situation in Belarus.

“And only when we make sure that these contacts will not pose reputational, political or moral risks to Ukraine will these contacts be restored,” the Minister added.

For the third week in a row, mass protests against the falsification of the results of the August 9 presidential elections have been reported in Belarus.

According to official results, the current president Alexander Lukashenko won 80.1% of the vote, while opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovska only 10.1%. However, the opposition, based on evidence of unprecedented violations, claims that these results are falsified.

The European Union (EU) and other Western countries have also refused to recognize the election results.

Authorities initially tried to quell the demonstrations by brutal force and detained thousands of protesters exposed to inhumane conditions and violence in police detention facilities.

This has caused outrage in virtually the whole of society, and the authorities have been forced to remove security forces from the streets and to start releasing the detainees. However, a large number of detainees are still in police custody, but more than half a hundred are missing.

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Senator commented on Zelensky’s new plans for Crimea

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Senator commented on Zelensky’s new plans for Crimea

Senator from the Crimean region, member of the Federation Council committee on international affairs Sergei Tsekov proposed to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to create in … RIA Novosti, 08/27/2020

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SIMFEROPOL, Aug 27 – RIA Novosti. Senator from the Crimean region, member of the committee Federation Council on international affairs Sergey Tsekov proposed to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskiy to create in his country a platform for the recognition of the Russian status of Crimea. Vladimir Zelensky said that today there is no effective platform for discussing the issue of “returning” the peninsula to Ukraine, and in the “Normandy format”, according to him, “no one wants to talk about Crimea, especially Russia.” According to him, the creation of any another platform, the ultimate goal of which is not to recognize Crimea as part of Russia, is a waste of time. the fact that this is a legal and historical territory of Russia “, – said the senator.

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Yulia Tymoshenko fell ill with Covid-19; situation assessed as severe – Abroad – News

“Yes, unfortunately this is true. The test showed that Julia Vladimirovna has a Covid-19. The condition is assessed as severe. Temperature up to 39 degrees. Fighting!” on the social network Facebook writes Soroka.

Tymoshenko is currently the leader of the “Fatherland” party and a member of the Verkhovna Rada.

Tymoshenko in 2019 ran for Ukraine presidential elections. She lost to Volodymyr Zelensky and then-President Petro Poroshenko before reaching the second round of elections.

The media “RBK-Ukraine” reported that the new coronavirus also affected the Tymoshenko family – daughter Yevgeny and her husband Arthur Chechketin.

Almost 105,000 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Ukraine so far, 1987 of them – during the past day. 2,271 people died, but more than 52,000 recovered.

Ukraine is the seventh worst affected country in Europe in terms of infection rates.

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