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AUGUST
NAMES
RUSSIAN CIVIL
RUSSIAN NATIONAL
RUSSIAN FEDERAL SPACE AGENCY
STAMPS
AFFIX
ISLAM
BRYANSK OBLAST
BASHKORTOSTAN
AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT
PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN
FINAL BID
SAKHA REPUBLIC
CHECHNYA
BOGUS RUSSIAN FEDERATION REPUBLIC
RUBLE
KHAKASSIA
ADYGEA
KALININGRAD REGION
FEDERAL SUBJECT
KALMYKIA
STATE DUMA
EAST
MILITARY
AFFAIRS
BULGARIA
MEMBER
BASIS
TIBETAN BUDDHISM
ARMED FORCES
GEORGIA
SECURITY COUNCIL
DAGESTAN
AZERBAIJAN
MEDALS
YEARS
TATARS
POLAND
LAWS
CITIZENS
TUVA
SIBERIA
FIRST TIME
HOME
GREAT NUMBER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Russian Federation"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Russian Federation is the successor state to the USSR. Russia is the leading member of the Commonwealth of Independent States. (Web site)
  2. The Russian Federation (Russia) is recognised in international law as continuing the legal personality of the former Soviet Union.
  3. The Russian Federation was by far the largest of the republics; Moscow, its capital, was also the capital of the Soviet Union.
  4. The Russian Federation is home to as many as 160 different ethnic groups and indigenous peoples. (Web site)
  5. The Russian Federation is divided into 83 federal subjects (constituent units), 21 of which are republics. (Web site)

August

  1. The Russian Soviet Federal Republic declared its independence on August 24 of that year as the Russian Federation.

Names

  1. The names "Russian Federation" and "Russia" shall be equivalent. (Web site)

Russian Civil

  1. The Russian Civil Code is the prime source of civil law for the Russian Federation.

Russian National

  1. A Russian national, permanently residing in the Russian Federation, may be registered as a patent attorney.

Russian Federal Space Agency

  1. Pilot-Cosmonaut of the Russian Federation () is a title that is presented to all cosmonauts who fly for the Russian Federal Space Agency.

Stamps

  1. All stamps issued on behalf of official territorial entities of the Russian Federation must therefore be regarded as illegal.

Affix

  1. In addition, the some states, for example, the Russian Federation, have declined to affix the Convention apostille to administrative or commercial documents. (Web site)

Islam

  1. Islam is currently the second most widely professed religion in the Russian Federation. (Web site)

Bryansk Oblast

  1. Bryansk oblast is a province of the Russian Federation located in the Central Russia south of Moscow. (Web site)

Bashkortostan

  1. Ufa is a capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the sovereign democratic state in the Russian Federation. (Web site)

Autonomous District

  1. Evenkia is an autonomous district of Krasnoyarsk Krai in the Russian Federation.

President Boris Yeltsin

  1. It was renamed the Russian Federation under the leadership of President Boris Yeltsin, in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) until 1993.

Final Bid

  1. Russian Federation won the final bid in 2007 to host the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi Russia.

Sakha Republic

  1. Sakha), a Turkic language spoken in the Sakha Republic (whose northern border is on the Arctic Ocean) in the Russian Federation. (Web site)
  2. Yakutia (Sakha Republic) is a north-eastern region of Russian Federation.

Chechnya

  1. The Chechen people are mainly inhabitants of Chechnya, which is internationally recognized as part of the Russian Federation.

Bogus Russian Federation Republic

  1. Adigey: bogus Russian Federation Republic; local post overprint and stamps, not valid for postage.

Ruble

  1. Russian Ruble is a monetary unite of Russian Federation (1 Ruble = 100 kopecks).
  2. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, the ruble remained the currency of the Russian Federation.

Khakassia

  1. In 1991, Khakassia separated from the krai and became a republic within the Russian Federation. (Web site)

Adygea

  1. Since 1991, Maykop has been the capital of the Republic of Adygea in the Russian Federation. (Web site)

Kaliningrad Region

  1. It is to be admitted that the West is doing its best to deprive the Russian Federation of the Kaliningrad region.

Federal Subject

  1. Ivanovo oblast (also spelled Ivanovskaya) is a federal subject of Russian Federation, part of Central Federal District.

Kalmykia

  1. They live in the Republic of Kalmykia, a federal subject of the Russian Federation. (Web site)

State Duma

  1. Biennale realized with the support of the Culture Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.

East

  1. About 15 percent of all Tatars live in Bashkortostan, another ethnic homeland in the Russian Federation that lies just east of Tatarstan. (Web site)
  2. Towards the east the winter cold is similar to that found in parts of the Russian Federation.

Military

  1. It is the highest military award of the Russian Federation, the highest decoration of all (military and civilian) being the Order of St. Andrew.

Affairs

  1. In the Russian federation itself there was no separate Communist Party until 1990 as affairs were run directly by the CPSU. (Web site)
  2. The Golden Ring Hotel is a five-star hotel, affiliated with the Department of Affairs of the President of the Russian Federation.

Bulgaria

  1. Russia keeps demanding from Bulgaria a visa-free travel regime, stated Yury Isakov, Ambassador to the Russian Federation.

Member

  1. The flag of Stavropol Territory is a symbol of Stavropol Territory, a member with full rights, and an indivisible part, of the Russian Federation.

Basis

  1. The basis for consideration as an official religion of the Russian Federation is supposed to be a 50-year presence in the state. (Web site)

Tibetan Buddhism

  1. The main form of Buddhism in the Russian Federation is the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, the major sub-sect of the greater Vajrayana Buddhism.

Armed Forces

  1. This was red, with on the reverse the coat of arms of the Russian Federation, and on the obverse the symbol of the armed forces. (Web site)

Georgia

  1. The conflict escalated into a full-scale war between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Georgia. (Web site)

Security Council

  1. He became a permanent member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation on October 1, 1998 and its Head on March 29, 1999. (Web site)

Dagestan

  1. Tat language in Dagestan The Republic of Dagestan (;, '), older spelling Daghestan, is a federal subject of the Russian Federation (a republic).

Azerbaijan

  1. Lezgins live mainly in Azerbaijan and in the Russian Federation (Dagestan).
  2. The North Caucasus Ties today at the crossroads of three of these newly independent s tates: the Russian Federation, Georgia and Azerbaijan. (Web site)

Medals

  1. The Russian Federation has won at the present time: 16 Gold Medals, 16 Silver Medals, and 19 Bronze Medals to make a total of 51 Olympic Medals.
  2. The Russian Federation showed its strength in the biathlon, scoring half of their total medals in this event alone.

Years

  1. After more than 3 years of negotiations, on August 31, 1994, the armed forces of the Russian Federation withdrew from Estonia. (Web site)
  2. Fixed capital investments have decreased 6.7% in the Russian Federation as a whole over the past two years.

Tatars

  1. This article focuses on the largest Turkic group in the Russian Federation, the Tatars. (Web site)

Poland

  1. Poland, Denmark, Greece and the Russian Federation are the first European countries to recognize Buddhism as an official religion.
  2. This article provides an overview of student training programs in logopedics in Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Poland and the Russian Federation. (Web site)

Laws

  1. Follow the laws became known as the laws of the Russian Federation (the order of numbering was maintained).

Citizens

  1. The citizens of the Russian Federation shall have the right to freely return into the Russian Federation. (Web site)
  2. The rights and liberties of the citizens of the Russian Federation are granted by Chapter 2 of the Constitution.

Tuva

  1. The Republic of Tuva (now part of the Russian Federation) is located at the geographical center of Asia. (Web site)
  2. The Republic of Tuva is a subject of the Russian Federation and is divided into 17 rural districts and 5 cities.

Siberia

  1. Novosibirsk Novosibirsk is the third largest city in the Russian Federation and the largest city in Siberia. (Web site)

First Time

  1. This will be the Russian Federation 's first time to host the Winter Olympic Games. (Web site)
  2. The 2014 Olympic Winter Games will be the first time that the Russian Federation will have hosted the Winter Games; the Soviet Union hosted.

Home

  1. The Russian Federation took home two gold medals at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games as Alexander Moskalenko and Irina Karavaeva were crowned with gold medals. (Web site)

Great Number

  1. The Russian Federation consists of a great number of different federal subjects, making a total of 89 constituent components. (Web site)

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