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Hatból is a Hungarian child born abroad

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Between 2016 and 2018, every sixth Hungarian child was born abroad. The data also show that Hungarians have a greater desire to have children abroad.

Between 2016 and 2018, 274, 6 thousand children were born in Hungary, while in the same period 55,870 Hungarian children were born abroad - this was stated by the Secretary of State Orbán Balazs to Lajos Oláh. This means that one in six Hungarian children was born abroad during this period.Hatból is a Hungarian child born abroad If we look at the eight-year period, there were a total of 92,500 Hungarian children born abroad in 2010-2017, that is, one-eighth of Hungarian children were born abroad, but if you look at the data for the past three years, you can also see how high the proportion of those who have been displaced is high, and it seems good that the exodus has not stopped. We can also see from the numbers that Hungarians who are retired have a higher sense of childhood than those who stayed at home.Related articles in the topic of children:
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