Central Europe leaders say migration is not the solution to population decline

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Population stabilization is the solution, not the problem
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3 October 2021
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Central European leaders signed a joint declaration on Thursday saying immigration should not be the answer to the European Union's declining birth rate...
The strong anti-immigrant* stances taken by governments in central European countries such as Hungary - while popular with many domestic voters - have contrasted sharply with policies in the rest of the bloc...
"Increasing the number of European children is essential to preserving Europe's Christian culture and other religious traditions for future generations," said the statement, signed by the prime ministers of Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and the president of Serbia, which is not an EU member.
"Migration should not be seen as the main tool to tackle demographic challenges."...
* Note the implicit media bias in this article. Central European countries are not anti-immigrant. They are pro population stabilization, pro national sovereignty, and pro immigration limits.
The article also misses the point that population decline and stabilization is necessary within the constraints of finite national borders and sustaining ecosystems. Only a fool, an economist, or a the mainstream media would think otherwise.
Recommended reading: The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam, by Douglas Murray, 2017.
The Strange Death of Europe and the Strange Decay of America, by Frosty Wooldridge, February 2, 2019.
Video: The Suicide of Europe, by Douglas Murray: