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Putin Encourages Russian Women to Consider Having 8 or more kids, Here's Why | Oneindia News

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Putin Encourages Russian Women to Consider Having 8 or more kids, Here's Why | Oneindia News

Putin Encourages Russian Women to Consider Having 8 or more kids, Here's Why | Oneindia News

Putin urged Russian women to consider having up to eight children, aiming for larger families amid a declining birth rate and substantial casualties from the Ukraine War, exceeding 300,000.

He emphasized restoring ancestral traditions and highlighted families' crucial role in society.

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