Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded parents to large families with "The Order of Parental Glory" on the eve of International Children's Day.
While Western nations have chosen to ignore their falling birth rates and the public let their rulers import millions of foreigners to replace them, Russia has dramatically raised their birth rates over the last 17 years.
Denmark has also had similar success in recent years through a simple government ad campaign.
The Order of Parental Glory was established by a Presidential Executive Order signed in May 2008 and is awarded to parents (or adoptive parents) raising 7 or more children and ensuring due care for their health, education, and physical, spiritual and moral development.
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