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More than six thousand people moved from the Khabarovsk Territory

More than six thousand people moved from the Khabarovsk Territory
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Khabarovskstat specialists analyzed the migration dynamics in the region from January to November 2020. The region lost 6 inhabitants.

According to published data, the majority moved to Russia. Such turned out to be for 11 months 83,8% of all those who left. Most often, residents of the Khabarovsk Territory tend to the more southern regions of the country, as well as the central and northwestern ones. Another part prefers to migrate to neighboring regions.

Most of all, residents of Transbaikalia (121 people) and the Jewish Autonomous Region (93 people) arrived in the Khabarovsk Territory. Another 16 people arrived from the Penza region and Chukotka. Also, 14 residents of the Kemerovo region and eight from the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic moved to the region.

The most significant decrease was in international migration - following the results of 11 months, the decrease was 11,7%. In general, the value turned out to be negative for the Khabarovsk Territory. 4 people arrived from the CIS countries, and 128 left. 4 people arrived in the region from other foreign countries, and 531 left.

 

 

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