At record levels since the collapse of the Soviet Union, emigration from Russia in Finland.
The year 2022 from Russia to Finland they immigrated 6,003 people, which is a record number in the past 30 years.
As announced by Statistics Finland, 1,958 people immigrated to Finland from the Soviet Union in 1990, while after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, 5,515 people immigrated.
“In the years after the collapse of the Soviet Union (1992-1995), 1,700-2,600 people per year emigrated from Russia to Finland, said the announcement of the Finnish Bureau of Statistics. Until 2021, Finland received no more than 3,100 immigrants per year from Russia.
“the 2022 been registered Record Of the immigrants to Finland, 49,998 people, compared to previous years, where the number ranged between 29,000 – 36,000 thousand annually. “These figures do not include Ukrainians who are in Finland under temporary protection and who are seeking asylum,” the statement added.
Last week, the Finnish Immigration Service announced that more than a thousand Russian citizens had applied Political asylum In Finland to avoid military service in Russia.
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