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10 May 2019 / 18:17

Moldovans who worked in Italy, more informed about the right to retirement

Moldovan citizens who worked in Italy will be more informed about getting the right to retire in this country. The National Social Insurance House (CNAS) has signed a Protocol on Collaboration with the ACLI Employers' Association and the Territorial Assistance and Counseling Activities Partnership in Italy, Mesager reports.

The protocol was signed by the  Director of CNAS Valentina Buliga, who paid a working visit to Rome.

According to CNAS, Moldovans who have worked legally in Italy can benefit from retirement, disability and survivors' pensions through ACLI Employers.

To date, pensions for about 800 Moldovans have been established. The minimum amount is 17 euros, and the highest is 500 euros. Currently, 140 thousand Moldovan citizens are legal residents in Italy.

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