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Migration decline in population decreased by 30% in Transbaikalia

Migration decline in population decreased by 30% in Transbaikalia
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In the first two months of 2021, the migration loss of the population of the Trans-Baikal Territory decreased by about a third. More than 3,7 thousand residents have left the region.

According to Zabaykalkraystat, due to migration, the population of the region has decreased by 660 people. For the same period last year, this figure was 954 people.

About 17% of the inhabitants of Transbaikalia migrated to Buryatia, 8,5% to the Krasnodar Territory, 7,6% to the Irkutsk Region, 5,6% to the Novosibirsk Region. 19 people left the territory of Russia.

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