KRSO: The Kurdistan Region has over 6 million people

1/12/2019 22:25:00

The Kurdistan Region Statistics Office "KRSO" estimated the population of the Kurdistan Region at more than 6 million, pointing out that just this year 150,000 children were born.


The KRSO announced on its official website that "according to the evaluations of the population sectors, the general census of the Kurdistan Region population for 2019 is estimated to be 6 million and 50 thounsand people."


KRSO also estimated the number of births in 2019 at 150,000, noting that the estimated number of deaths is 24,000.


According to the estimates made by the KRSO until the end of October, the number of displaced the number of displaced families in the Kurdistan Region is 158 thousand and 860 families, which their total number is 790,000 people.


The KRSO noted that the number of refugees in October 2019 reached 252,000 people.






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