Migration from North Korea
Following is the chart representation of migrant statistics data from North Korea to other countries during the year 2010 and 2013. All the data shown here are based on the statistics information gathered from various sources. Also check migrant stocks to North Korea during the year of 2010 and 2013.
Below are the top 10 countries to receive most of the migrants from North Korea.
To Kazakhstan 146,487 migrants.
To Armenia 16,335 migrants.
To Uzbekistan 12,598 migrants.
To Russian Federation 10,289 migrants.
To Philippines 5,789 migrants.
To Argentina 5,071 migrants.
To China 4,651 migrants.
To Azerbaijan 2,785 migrants.
To Austria 2,743 migrants.
To Germany 2,614 migrants.
2010 - Migration from North Korea - statistics
During 2010, most of the migrations from North Korea were to countries like United States (289,854), Brazil (2,729), Germany (2,723), Paraguay (838), Ecuador (667), Greece (498), Denmark (355), Ireland (348), Australia (210), Cambodia (205).
2013 - Migration from North Korea - statistics
During 2013, most of the migrations from North Korea were to countries like Kazakhstan (146,487), Armenia (16,335), Uzbekistan (12,598), Russian Federation (10,289), Philippines (5,789), Argentina (5,071), China (4,651), Azerbaijan (2,785), Austria (2,743), Germany (2,614).
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The statistics is based on the information provided by World Bank on migration.