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Vladimir Putin called the city council in Vladivostok a priority to resolve problems with the outflow of population from the Far East

Today, at the meeting of the State Council Presidium on the eve of the Fourth Eastern Economic Forum (WEF), Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the most important priority of the authorities remains the solution of demographic problems, stabilization, and then the growth of the population of the Far East.

- We know with you: the migration outflow from the region is gradually decreasing, but the fact remains that people still leave after all. Last year, went to 17 thousand more than it came. It is of particular concern that 70 percent of those who leave are people of working age. And this is against the backdrop of economic growth in the macroregion and a great need for cadres in the Far East, "the president said.

According to the head of state, the conclusion from the migration statistics is understandable: people do not like today's conditions for life. Among the problems of the Far East, Vladimir Putin described the low availability of housing, the quality of health services, education, communication, the lack of modern facilities for culture and sports, poor transport accessibility, and lagging behind in landscaping.

- Taking into account the plans that are currently being implemented, new industrial facilities, it is expected that by the middle of the next decade in the region there will be a growing need for qualified specialists. And this issue must be solved, of course, now, and complex. Develop a vocational education system, create preferences for those who would like to move to the Far East, and, of course, comfortable conditions for all who already live on this land, "the president said, urging the forum participants to discuss what additional measures should be taken, including for the support of employers who create jobs in the Far East, invest in training.