Migration to Russian Federation
Following is the chart representation of migration statistics data to Russian Federation 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 from Russian Federation during the year of 2010 and 2013.
Below are the top 10 source countries from where Russian Federation received its migrants during the year of 2013.
From Ukraine 2,939,083 migrants.
From Kazakhstan 2,479,430 migrants.
From Uzbekistan 1,110,593 migrants.
From Azerbaijan 743,111 migrants.
From Belarus 740,148 migrants.
From Kyrgyz Republic 572,678 migrants.
From Armenia 510,640 migrants.
From Tajikistan 451,778 migrants.
From Georgia 436,005 migrants.
From Moldova 285,023 migrants.
2010 - Migration statistics to Russian Federation
During 2010, most of the migrants to Russian Federation are from countries like Ukraine (3,647,234), Kazakhstan (2,648,315), Belarus (958,719), Uzbekistan (940,539), Azerbaijan (866,843), Georgia (644,390), Armenia (493,126), Kyrgyz Republic (474,882), Tajikistan (392,446), Moldova (284,330).
2013 - Migration statistics to Russian Federation
During 2013, most of the migrants to Russian Federation are from countries like Ukraine (2,939,083), Kazakhstan (2,479,430), Uzbekistan (1,110,593), Azerbaijan (743,111), Belarus (740,148), Kyrgyz Republic (572,678), Armenia (510,640), Tajikistan (451,778), Georgia (436,005), Moldova (285,023).
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The statistics is based on the information provided by World Bank on migration.