List and analyze the main directions of migration in Russia

a) until 1917 b) in the modern period
The movement of the population from Central Russia to the south of the European part, to the Caucasus, to Siberia, Central Asia, to the Far East The main directions of interregional migration are the relocation of people from the north and east of the country to the south and west (outflow of the population from the regions of the Far North and the Far East)
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