The state is not capable to fulfill all court decisions on payment of pension debts to recipients of social benefits, Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said at a meeting of the Federation of employers of Ukraine, ForUm correspondent reports.

"Courts charge to pay pensions at the amount of 8-12 thousand hryvnias. But our pension system cannot provide such payments with the average salary of 2500 hryvnias. Pension is a derivative from salary. The only way to increase pension is to increase labor capacity, volumes of production and GDP growth. There is no other way," the Premier noted.

According to Azarov, the way out is to pay high pensions only to Chernobyl liquidators of group I. This group of liquidators will get more than five thousand hrynias of pension, while the group II will get more than four thousand, the PM informed.

"That's all what we can afford for now. The state simply cannot meet all claims, otherwise it will lead to a financial disaster. We do everything we can, the rest endangers stability of the state," Azarov summed up.

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