The department reported that during the period of restrictions from October 30 to November 7, employees will work, and the changes may affect only the activities of the PFR client services.

Citizens are advised to check in advance the opening hours of the fund's branches.

The Russian Post clarified that they also intend to work according to the usual schedule, with the exception of three days: on November 4, all post offices will be closed, on November 3, they will close an hour earlier, and on November 5, work is scheduled according to the Saturday schedule.

“The current working hours of the branches can be found on the website of the pochta.ru company and in the mobile application,” the operator explained.

It is noted that round-the-clock branches in Moscow and St. Petersburg will operate unchanged.

In Russian regions, postmen will deliver pensions and benefits according to a schedule agreed with the regional offices of the Pension Fund of Russia.

Earlier, the PFR told who is claiming a lump sum payment from pension savings.

Lawyer Alexei Gavrishev explained that from October 1, in honor of the Day of the Elderly, the government will increase pension payments and expand benefits.

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