Population of Central Asia will be 94 Million in 2050
According to data provided by the United Nations (UN) Department of Economic and Social Affairs, it is estimated that by 2050 the total population of Central Asia will exceed 94 million.
Today, the Central Asian population is 67.5 million, including 6 countries (Uzbekistan 31 million, Kazakhstan 17 million, Tajikistan 8 million, Kyrgyzstan 6 million, Turkmenistan 5 million). According to the UN data, 25 million more to be added in the next 30 years, with 40.8 million people in Uzbekistan, 23 million in Kazakhstan, 14.5 million in Tajikistan, 8.1 million in Kyrgyzstan and 7.8 million in Turkmenistan and the total population living in these 6 countries will be 94.2 million.
Unlike Central Asia, the UN indicates that Russia's population will fall by 133 million and compared with the 2015 year, it will decrease by approximately 20 million.