Balkans | Serbia’s population decreased by half a million yen

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According to the results of this year’s population census in Serbia, it was determined that the country’s population decreased by about 7 percent compared to the 2011 census.

The Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia published the first results of the census conducted last October. According to the data, the population of Serbia decreased by 6.9 percent compared to the last census in 2011 and became 6 million 690 thousand 887.

The population in the previous census was 7 million 186 thousand and 862 people. The data revealed that the population of the country, which was suffering from a demographic crisis due to low birth rates and immigration, decreased by about half a million.

The country’s population decreased in all regions except the Belgrade region, which includes the capital, Belgrade.

According to the data, the population of Belgrade increased by 26 thousand and 123 people compared to 2011 and became one million 685 thousand and 563 people. In addition to Belgrade, the cities where the city’s population increased the most were Novi Sad in the Vojvodina region in the north of the country and Yeni Pazar in the Sanjak region where Bosnians live densely.

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