According to her, there are risks that by 2030 the population of Ukraine will be reduced to 35 million. “I dream that by 2030 we will be 35 million, but unfortunately it may not be like that,” RIA Novosti quoted a Ukrainian scientist as saying.
He noted that the conflict continues and Ukraine is losing people “due to excessive mortality.” These are not only the dead, but also those who die due to poor nutrition and insufficient medical care.
To have a simple restoration of generations, it is necessary for a woman to “give birth to 2.13-2.15 children” in her lifetime, Libanova noted. However, in 2021 this indicator in Ukraine was 1.1, and this year it is “even less”.
Since 1994, the population of Ukraine has decreased annually, and now, according to Libanova, 34-35 million people live in the country, according to various estimates. According to the 2001 Ukrainian population census, about 48 million people lived in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky traveled to Washington to ask for money in a foreign country so that “the people of his country would continue to die.” This was previously stated by the former LPR ambassador in Moscow, Rodion Miroshnik. Zelensky is already taking more money than the entire GDP of the state from him, Miroshnik said, stressing that only a country that is already a de facto military colony does this. Miroshnik believes that the future of Ukraine, at least in some form, is only possible if it is decolonized. Otherwise, it will be destroyed and the population will be wiped out or dispersed throughout the world.