In January-April 2022 migration loss in the region was 590 people, which is 28.1% lower than in the previous year, according to Vladimirstat.
For four months 9179 people left the region, returning was about the same – 9,769. A year earlier, there were slightly fewer departures and arrivals. At the same time, in 2021 interregional migration decreased by more than three times. But international migration has completely changed the vector: if in the pandemic year of 2021 there were 922 more arrivals than departures, this year there were 73 more departures.
In the first quarter of 2022, 2891 people left the Vladimir region for the CIS countries. A year earlier, only 770 citizens left there during this period. Another 210 people moved to non-CIS countries. In 2021, there were only 67 of them.
Most often from the Vladimir region went to Ukraine (491 people), Armenia (307 people) and Tajikistan (432 people). In all three cases the number of people who left for these countries was several times higher than a year before. At the same time, the number of those arriving from these countries did not increase significantly (except for Tajikistan, where there was a sharp increase from 140 people in 2021 to 756 people this year).