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Amur region residents are becoming smaller due to migration to other regions - EastRussia | Far East






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Residents of the Amur region is becoming less due to migration to other regions

The resident population of the Amur region is 793,6 thousand people. Over the past year, residents have decreased by 0,60% - thousands of people have left the region 4,8. The main reason for the loss is migration.

Last year, the countryside lost in exchange with the urban area 1 250 people. Most residents move to Blagoveshchensk and Blagoveshchensky district. Many leave the region for other subjects. The number of retired people outside the region increased by 7,7%, - by 1 114 people. At the same time, fewer people came to the region - last year, less people moved to 174 in the Amur region than in the 2017 year.

According to Amurstat, most often residents of the Amur Region move to other regions of the Far East, as well as to the central part of Russia, to the Southern and Siberian Federal Districts. Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai were the most attractive for relocation in the Far Eastern Federal District, in the Central Federal District - Moscow and the Moscow Region, and in the Southern Federal District the residents of Amur region chose the Krasnodar Territory.

Last year, the results of migration exchanges with foreign countries have noticeably deteriorated. They began to move less from the CIS countries, but they began to leave more there. Residents of the region moved to other countries. Amur residents moved to China, Korea, Afghanistan, Turkey, Vietnam, USA, Georgia, Canada, Israel and Lithuania, as well as to Abkhazia, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Syria and South Ossetia.