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it is a "disaster" for the experts. Croatia lost nearly 10% of its inhabitants in ten years , according to the final results of the last census published on Friday in this country of the Balkans.
The Member Country of the European Union has 3.8 million (3,888,529 exactly) of persons versus 4.2 million a decade ago, a decline of 9.25%, according to the Croatian office of statistics"
This is an incredible disaster for Croatia ," said Stjepan Sterc demographe on N1 television.
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The regions of the center and the east of Croatia, already hardly affected by the War of Independence in the 1990s, are most affected by the demographic decline. The country has long suffered a hemorrhage of its inhabitants due to a pushing economy, corruption and lack of perspectives for young people. Emigration has also been favored by the entry of Croatia in the EU in 2013. More than 250,000 Croats have been left since living in other member countries, especially in Germany, Austria and Ireland, according to official figures. . According to UN projections, Croatia will only have
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