Statistical Service posts mass arrivals in Armenia in late 2013?

Statistical Service posts mass arrivals in Armenia in late 2013?

PanARMENIAN.Net - The National Statistical Service issued a report on the number of arrivals and departures from Armenia in 2013.

In the reporting period, 1 million 452 thous. 85 Armenian citizens arrived in the country, with 1 million 494 thous. 86 leaving, which brings the negative balance to 42 thous., down by 7 thous. 659 against last year’s results.

Overall, 2 million 476 thous. 350 people, including foreigners, arrived in Armenia in 2013, with 2 million 507 thous. 538 leaving. The negative balance totals 31 thous. 188, down by 11 thous. 623 against the 2012 results.

According to the National Statistical Service, as of January 1, 2014, the number of permanent residents in Armenia totaled 3 million 17 thous. 400, decreasing by 9 thous. 500 against January 1, 2013.

41 thous. 770 children were born in Armenia in 2013 – a 1,7% drop against 2012 results. 27 thous. 165 deaths were posted, up 1,6% from 2012 results, with natural increase totaling 14 thous. 605 in 2013.

Meanwhile, the National Statistical Service reported 1 million 888 thous. 183 departures and 1 million 780 thous 206 arrivals in the first 9 months of 2013. The number of Armenian citizens comprised 206. 996 thous. 492 among those arriving and 1 million 118 thous. 683 among those departing. The January-September negative balance totaled 107 thous. 977, including 122 thous. 191 Armenian citizens.

Thus, according to the logic of the Statistical Service, over the last 3 months of 2013, 76 thous. 789 returned to Armenia, 80 thous. 190 of them - Armenian citizens.

The last population census put the number of permanent residents in Armenia at 3 million 26 thous. 9 as of October 2011, with the factual population number amounting to less than 2,8 million.

According to the census, 1,6 million women (over 52% of the total population) and 1,4 million men reside in Armenia. 500 thous. (20%) of them have a university education, about 600 thous. are employed, 300 thous. are engaged in agriculture. About 1,3 million are supported by their families.

Half of Armenia's population are married with an average of 2 children per family; half of village-residing families have 3 children.

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