Experts from the Chelyabinsk Statistics Service (Chelyabinskstat) analyzed statistical data on resettlement from the Chelyabinsk region and found out that almost 12 thousand people arrived in the South Urals, and about 10 thousand left it. The main inflow and outflow are associated with the CIS countries, and a small share falls on the far abroad, chelTV reports.
It is stated that almost half of those who left the South Urals and went abroad chose Kazakhstan (about 5 thousand people). In second place is Tajikistan with an indicator of 1.4 thousand people. Also, about a thousand people went to Armenia. This is followed by Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, the Republic of Moldova, Belarus, and Turkmenistan.
In addition, 530 people migrated to non-CIS countries. They chose Vietnam (147 people), Georgia (92 people), China (75 people), Germany (70 people), and other countries (146 people). The share of arrivals by country almost fully coincides with the data on those who left the South Urals. The first three lines are also Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Armenia. Among non-CIS countries, the leading were Vietnam, Georgia, and China.
It is noted that over the year, the alignment has significantly changed in all directions of migration, including international. Thus, the number of those who came from abroad decreased by about 3.5 thousand people and the number of those who left abroad dropped by more than 1.5 thousand people.