• Abstract

    The impact of migration on the country’s demographic status is particularly significant in the context of the Russian Federation’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The purpose of the academic paper is to assess the interrelation between migration processes and the demographic situation in Ukraine, and the social relations arising from migration processes in Ukraine and resulting in changes in the demographic situation in Ukraine are the objects of the research. The following methods were used in the research: analysis, synthesis, generalization and formal logical method. The academic paper raises significant issues regarding the impact of a full-scale invasion on migration processes and the demographic structure of the population in Ukraine. It is stated that the causes of migration processes can be divided by date – the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into the territory of Ukraine. The reasons outlined have led to a change in demographic indicators in terms of gender and age indicators of the population in Ukraine. The academic paper also analyzes the Strategy of the State Migration Policy of Ukraine for the period up to 2025 in order to determine whether it contains state mechanisms and tools to improve the demographic situation. The scientific novelty is the author’s proposal to develop a Plan for the mutual influence of migration and demographic policies of the state in order to improve the latter.

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