Muscovites in August set a record for adoptions

  • In 2012, the trend of reducing the number of children without parental care identified during the year
  • In 2012, the trend of reducing the number of children without parental care identified during the year

MOSCOW, September 26. / ITAR-TASS /. In August, was concluded in Moscow 13915 marriages, while in July the figure was 11,287. The statistics published by the capital management registrar.

The divorce rate is less than it was in August — 3776 cases. This is better than last month — 3958 — however, the annual record not broken until February. Then there were only 2,988 divorces.

In August 12299 Muscovites were born, registered 9261 the death.

  • Jbschee number of children adopted by Russian and foreign nationals during the year
  • In 2012, the trend of reducing the number of children without parental care identified during the year

MOSCOW, September 26. / ITAR-TASS /. In August, was concluded in Moscow 13915 marriages, while in July the figure was 11,287. The statistics published by the capital management registrar.

The divorce rate is less than it was in August — 3776 cases. This is better than last month — 3958 — however, the annual record not broken until February. Then there were only 2,988 divorces.

In August 12299 Muscovites were born, registered 9261 the death.

  • Jbschee number of children adopted by Russian and foreign nationals during the year
  • Jbschee number of children adopted by Russian and foreign nationals during the year

In the August record was set on adoptions for the year — 106 cases. Before that, the highest rate was recorded in January and May — 95 adoptions. 

Earlier, the Commissioner for Children’s Rights under the President of Russia Pavel Astakhov said that in Russia there was an internal queue of about 18,000 people willing to adopt a child. "According to our estimates, if the increase will go unabated, somewherewithin 7-10 years, this problem will be closed. "- Said Astakhov.

According to statistics, last year the Russians adoptive parents are six times more children from Russian orphanages than foreigners.

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