In the period from January to September this year, Russia has experienced an increase in the birth rate by eight percent.According to an Internet resource medportal.ru, such data were announced the head of the Health and Social Development Tatyana Golikova at a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
However, as reported by Golikova, these data should be considered preliminary, because at the moment the Ministry has no data of Rosstat for a specified period of time.However, an analysis of the information about the number of issued birth certificates to suggest that in the first nine months of this year, Russian society has replenished approximately 1,270 million babies, which is 8 percent higher than last year.
As the data for all of last year, in this period were born in Russia 1,602 million children, and this, according to the minister, the highest rate in 16 years.Tatyana Golikova inclined to think that this year the birth rate in the country can beat last year's record, as the number of
In particular, Golikova also stated: "In 1991 we had a figure of 1.794 million people, and if we achieve it, it will be one of the highest in the last 20 years."
listened to the minister, the Prime Minister emphasized that special importance need for the Government commitment to support mothers in Russia.Among these obligations Vladimir Putin called the issues of birth certificates, child allowance, as well as timely indexation of maternity capital.Also, still has not lost its sharpness the issue of shortage of kindergartens in Russia, for which permission is required to consolidate the efforts of a number of departments.