Moscow, Russia

Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is the country’s economic, financial, educational and travel hub. It is located near the Muskwa River. The city is home to over a tenth of the country, making it the most densely populated in Europe. And when the Soviet Union had not yet collapsed Moscow is also the capital of the Soviet Union’s.

Property in Moscow and in the big cities There are often criminals. Most of them are of Gypsy descent. Therefore, care should be taken to protect the property both in tourist attractions and general public areas.

Travelers must obtain a visa or a visa before entering Russia and countries in the CIS and all countries in the event that they wish to travel to another CIS By connecting to the plane in Moscow Must get a Russian visa of people traveling through (transit visa) because the airport at Moscow has several and separate fields.

Russian Ethnicity

Ethnicity Proportion (2002)
Russian 79.8%
Tatar 3.8%
Ukrainian 2.0%
Chuva 1.1%
Chechen 0.9%
Armenian 0.8%
Other / not specified 10.3%

As of January 1, 2008, Russia has a population of 142 million. The population of Russia has been declining steadily since the 1990s due to the high mortality and low birth rates. While the birth rate in Russia was the same as in other European countries (11.3 births per 1000 population in 2007, compared with the EU’s 10.25 average per 1000 population), the population fell because of the rate. Higher mortality (In 2007, the Russian mortality rate was 14.7 per 1000 inhabitants, compared to the EU average of 10.39 per 1000 people). This decline in population problems has affected economic development. The government took measures to reduce the mortality rate. Increase the birth rate Improve public health Russia’s health ministry predicts that the mortality and birth rates will adjust to the same level by 2011.