Rise in prices for vodka and documents and a new train schedule. How the life of Russians has changed since August 1

01 August 2018, 10:35 | Russia
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Since August 1, several laws that significantly affect the life of the population have come into force in Russia. What has changed in the lives of Russians in the last summer month - in the review of JustMedia. en.

From today, working pensioners, for whom employers paid insurance premiums during the past year, will receive a pension. The amount of the increase will be calculated individually, but according to the FIU, the payment in any case will be no more than 235 rubles.

The time in the timetable for commuter trains and long-distance trains will also change. If earlier, regardless of the region, Moscow time of departure was indicated, now it will be indicated according to local time.

Registration of biometric passport and driver's license will fly to Russians in a pretty penny: since August 3, the size of the state fee for issuing documents will increase. The cost of a passport for an adult will grow by 2.5 thousand rubles and will reach 5 thousand rubles. Registration of the rights of a new model will cost drivers 3000 rubles.

Since August 19 in Russia, prices for vodka will change by a fortress of 37-39%. Now the minimum retail price for a 0.5 liter bottle is 205 rubles.

Now the prices for vodka from 37 to 38% are 196 rubles, fortress from 38 to 39% - 201 rubles.

The system of electronic visas to Russia will also expand. If earlier they operated only for those who entered the country through Kaliningrad and Vladivostok, now residents of other countries that enter the country through the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region, Sakhalin, Kamchatka or Chukotka will be able to apply for visas. The validity of electronic visas extends to citizens of 18 states, including China and Japan.

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