Government announces Rs 3 lakh to parents on childbirth. Athens: Greece's government announces a bonus of 2,000 euros to the parents on the birth of a baby to boost the population in the country.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, the Greek government announced to give parents a bonus on childbirth to increase the country's rapidly declining population.
According to the report, by 2050, 36% of the population will be over 65 years of age, which can create problems for the country's survival.
the report said in 2016, the birth rate of children in Greece was 8.5 percent, while the death rate was 11.2 percent, in keeping with the Department of Statistics report, the government started encouraging people to increase their population.
The Greek government has announced that two thousand euros (Rs. 3,36,000) will be given to each married couple on childbirth.
The government also allocated a large sum of money for a campaign to increase the population. According to the report, the Greek government's proposal is also for residents of other European countries living in the country.