Armenia’s Population Will Decrease, UN Projects
August 28, 11:00

The population of Armenia will plunge to 1.8 million by 2100, the 2015 Revision of World Population Prospects by UN projects. 

UNFPA Armenia Assistant Representative Garik Hayrapetyan and demographer Ruben Yeganyan shared insights on the results of the latest UN report.

The forecasts of demographic rates, Garik Hayrapetyan said, are made through average projections.

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