More than two million Hungarian pensioners will receive a magazine in the coming weeks published by the Hungarian State Treasury in cooperation with the Ministry of Human Resources, the Council of the Elderly and the Cabinet Office.
The magazine will contain information on health issues, a government grand-parenting subsidy, and a scheme for women retirees, among other matters.
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Zsolt Nyitrai, the Prime Minister’s commissioner for social affairs, told a news conference on Tuesday that the publication had been prompted by a call by the Council of the Elderly for authentic information in the public interest for pensioners. Without the work of pensioners, Hungary’s level of development would not be what it is today. “So we owe them thanks and respect.”