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Military districts of Russia

The Russian Federation maintains a number of military districts.

List of military districts

1998-07-27

Military districts according to Decree of the President of Russia № 900 (27 July 1998).[1]

2001-09-01

Military districts of Russia in 2001—2010

Volga Military District and Urals Military District was merged in Volga-Urals Military District according to Decree of the President of Russia № 337с (24 March 2001).[2]

Decree of the President of Russia № 1764 (12 December 2008)[3] changed names of regions after federal subjects mergers.

2010-09-01

Military districts of Russia as of 2010-09-01

2010-12-01

Military districts of Russia as of 2010-12-01

4 Military Districts and Joint Strategic Commands since с 1 December 2010 according to Decree of the President of Russia № 1144 (20 September 2010).[4][5]

2014-04-02

Military districts of Russia as of 2014-04-02

Southern Military District was enlarged to include:

References

  1. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?1128685
  2. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?681155
  3. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?990422
  4. ^ Dmitry Medvedev signed Executive Order on reform of military administrative division of the Russian Federation and establishment of new military districts
  5. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?1298267

See also

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