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Table 1 Estimated number of Roma in selected countries of Central and Eastern Europe

From: Access to health care for Roma children in Central and Eastern Europe: findings from a qualitative study in Bulgaria

Country Number of Roma Percent of total population [4]
Albania 90,000–100,000 2.6–2.9%
Bosnia and Herzegovina 40,000–50,000 1.0–1.3%
Bulgaria 700,000–800,000 8.3–9.5%
Croatia 30,000–40,000 0.7–0.9%
Czech Republic 250,000–300,000 2.4–2.9%
Hungary 550,000–600,000 5.4–5.8%
Macedonia 220,000–260,000 10.6–12.5%
Moldova 20,000–25,000 0.5–0.6%
Poland 50,000–60,000 0.1%
Romania 1,800,000–2,500,000 7.9–11.0%
Russia 220,000–400,000 1.5–2.7%
Serbia and Montenegro (including Kosovo) 400,000–450,000 3.8–4.3%
Slovakia 480,000–520,000 9.0–9.7%
Slovenia 8,000–10,000 0.4–0.5%
Ukraine 50,000–60,000 0.1%
Total 4,908,000–6,175,000  
  1. Source: [5]
  2. Note: Montenegro became independent from Serbia in 2006; Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia in 2008