KIEV, May 18 – The draft pension reform proposed by Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman foresees the change of the pensionable service, retaining the retirement age and a possibility of compensating the absence of the pensionable service.
"The pension age would remain at 60 for persons who have the 25 years of the pensionable service… There are people who do not have the pensionable service. This is a large problem. These people would have a possibility of retiring in the age of 63. If people have less than 15 years of the pensionable service or 15, they would become pensioners in the age of 65. The requirements to the pensionable service are only changed," the prime minister said at the presentation of the draft pension reform in Kiev on Wednesday.