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Potential aspirants for "Dalgectar" are 19% of Russians - VTsIOM - EastRussia | Far East

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Potential applicants for "Dalgectar" are 19% of Russians - VTsIOM

Special project Far East hectare: history
About 19% of Russian citizens are interested in the "Far Eastern hectare" program and can be considered as its potential participants, the press service of the Ministry of Veterinary and Phytosanitary Sciences quoted the director of research at VTsIOM Elena Mihailova.

"It is unequivocally possible to say that for those who have already decided to move to the Far East, the program" Far Eastern hectare "has served as a certain incentive for choosing the region as a place to move. 70% of migrants said that before considering the possibility of moving to the Far East, they plan to receive the site or have already applied for it, "the words of her speech at the 4th All-Russian Conference" Demographic Development of the Far East "in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk ". It was reported that in February-March VCIOM conducted two studies. The sample size was 1,6 thousand citizens of the Russian Federation from 18 years from 45 regions. Also, a separate survey of 8 thousand residents from all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District was conducted.

IV All-Russian Conference "Demographic Development of the Far East", which gathered more than 200 participants, is held in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk 3-4 April. The organizers are Minvostokrazvitiya, the government of the Sakhalin region and the ARCHK DV. During the conference, experts discuss issues of demographic policy. The regions of the Far Eastern Federal District represent the "road maps" of demographic development, developed within the framework of the implementation of the Concept of the Demographic Policy of the Far East to 2025.