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The concept of the demographic policy of the Far East is approved by the government of the Russian Federation

The Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev approved the Concept of the demographic policy of the Far East for the period up to 2025, according to the website of the Russian government.

The concept defines the goals, objectives, mechanisms and main directions of policy in the field of demographic development of the DFO regions, and is aimed at stabilizing the population of the Far East by 2020 year and creating conditions for its natural and migration growth by 2025 year. It provides for the growth of the population of the macroregion to 6,5 million people - due to natural and migratory growth, attracting residents of other regions, compatriots from abroad, qualified foreign specialists and young people to permanent residence. It also provides for increasing the total fertility rate to 2,05, reducing all-cause mortality to the 11,5 level of the case for 1 thousand, increasing the life expectancy to 74,2 of the year, creating conditions for further increasing the population to 7 million people.

According to the government of the Russian Federation, in 1991-2000, the population of the Far East declined by 1,23 million people, and 94% of them migrated. As a result of the measures taken since 2012, for the first time in 20 years, there has been a natural increase in population. In 2012-2015, the increase was almost 31 thousand people.