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Priamuryu need new reserves for stabilization and growth of birth rate - Oleg Kozhemyako

Governor of the Amur region Oleg Kozhemyako of the region called on the heads of municipalities to make demographic policy a priority. “We need new reserves to stabilize and increase the birth rate,” he said at a meeting with heads of municipalities and representatives of the medical community. The press service of the regional administration reports.

“The issue of demography is a fundamental issue for any territory, if it intends to live and develop. And we intend. It should be taken into account that everything related to demography requires planning not for a year, and not for five years, ”he said. Oleg Kozhemyako also recalled that "thanks to the measures taken within the framework of socio-demographic policy, in 2013 natural population growth began in Russia." “In more than half of Russian regions, the birth rate has finally exceeded the death rate, and three regions - Krasnodar Territory, Amur and Magadan Regions - have moved from minus to plus in terms of natural population growth. However, the demographic resource in the region, as well as in the country, is almost exhausted. We need new reserves to stabilize and increase the birth rate, ”the governor said.

In connection with the task set - to improve the demographic situation in the Amur Region - at the regional government level, a working group was created from representatives of ministries, the Legislative Assembly and the Medical Academy, which will deal with issues of demographic policy and, together with the heads of municipalities, coordinate the work of all the services involved. and departments. The heads of municipalities were instructed to ensure the development and adoption of municipal targeted programs aimed at improving the demographic situation, including the prevention of abortions and the provision of contraceptives for women in difficult situations.

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