Where do Russian-speaking women live?

Do you know that Russian-speaking women live not only in Russia, but in the 15 states which were formed after the disintegration of the USSR?

In 1991 there were 15 union republics among which:

• The Azerbaijan SSR;
• The Armenian SSR;
• Belarusian SSR;
• The Georgian SSR;
• Kazakh SSR;
• The Kyrgyz SSR;
• The Latvian SSR;
• The Lithuanian SSR;
• Moldavian SSR;
• Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR);
• Tajik SSR;
• Turkmen SSR;
• Ukrainian SSR;
• Uzbek SSR;
• The Estonian SSR.

In addition to this in the year 15 of the last century there was a Karelo-Finnish SSR (now Republic of Karelia which is located within the Russian Federation).

So where do Russian-speaking women live? Of course, they live in the post-Soviet space where even now the Russian language doesn’t lose the lead.

Kyrgyzstan, or the Kyrgyz Republic, is a country located in Central Asia. The capital is Bishkek. It borders with Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Russian language has the status of official. In 1989 the Kyrgyz language became the state language. Most of the territory covered with mountainous, the highest point is Pobeda Peak that has its altitude of 7439 m. Major part of the republic lies at an altitude from 1 000 to 3 000 meters. Issyk-Kul is the 6th deepest lake in the world that is situated in Kyrgyzstan. As to the religion majority of the population professes Islam, the rest do Sunnism and the Orthodoxy.

Kazakhstan, Republic of Kazakhstan, is located in the center of Eurasia. The largest part lies in Asia, less is in Europe. Kazakhstan borders with Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. The capital is Astana. The climate of Kazakhstan is sharply continental, in winter the temperature drops from 19 to 58 degrees below zero, in summer it tends to be approximately 17 to 32 degrees above zero. The country is rich in oil, gas, uranium and ore minerals. The main religions are Islam (70%) and Christianity (26%), but there is also Judaism (0.03), Buddhism (0,09) and others. 

Belarus is located in Eastern Europe. The capital is Minsk. The state borders with Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, and Ukraine. There are two state languages in the country they are Belarusian and Russian. The majority of the population professes Christianity, but there are also Catholics and atheists. A family is the main part of life where a man is the head and a wife is a homemaker and equitable owner. The culture of Belarus was influenced by its Slavs neighbors. The most famous sights include Mir and Nesvizh castles, the national Park “Belovezhskaya Pushcha”, Novogrudok castle that was built in XIII century. The city of Polotsk is one of the oldest cities in Belarus.

The Republic of Moldova is located in Eastern Europe and borders with Romania and Ukraine. The official language is Moldovan but many people speak Russian and English. The main religion is Christianity. Chisinau is known as the green city located on seven hills and it is the country’s famous winemaking. There are more than 2 hundred wineries throughout the country. Visiting Moldova in spring and summer you shouldn’t miss the fairs and festivals that are held in these seasons. 

Tajikistan is a country situated in Central Asia. The capital is Dushanbe. The state shares borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan. The country is landlocked and located in the mountains. Many tourists eager to get to the mountains of the Pamir and Tien-Shan. About half the population lives at an altitude of 3000 meters above sea level and only 7% occupies a small valley. The highest point of Tajikistan is the Ismoil Somoni Peak and its height reaches 7 495 m. the largest rivers are the Syr Darya and Amu Darya and the largest freshwater lake is Karakul, which area is 380 sq km. the Official language is Tajik, but Russian has the status of international communication. The main religion is Islam, 95% from which are Sunni and 3% Shia. The climate is continental with hot summer and the temperature about 30 - 40 degrees above zero. In winter temperature drops to 8 - 10 degrees below zero.

Turkmenistan is a country situated in Central Asia, bordering Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, and Iran. The state is washed by the Caspian Sea on the west. The capital is Ashgabat. The majority of the population professes Islam and about 10% goes to Christianity. The official language is Turkmen but the common ones are Russian, Uzbek and English. The country is rich in natural gas, oil, lead and sulfur. Multiple natural and historical monuments attract many people during a year. The most popular of them are Altyndepe, Nissa (the ruins of the capital of the Parthian state), the Karakum desert, the mausoleum of Sultan Sanjar, the ancient cities of Merv and Amul, Talkhatan-Baba Mosque and the Carpet Museum. The climate of Turkmenistan is sharply continental. Summers are hot and dry with the temperature about 30 degrees above zero and cold winters about 30 degrees below zero. The number of precipitations is not much during the year and the number of sunny days is approximately 240.

Uzbekistan is a country of heat and light, located in the Central part of Central Asia. The state borders with Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Sun shines more than 300 days a year and the air temperature in the South warms up to 32 above zero in summer and it is drops to 38 below zero in the North. Tashkent is the largest city with a population of 2 million 352 thousand. The population is almost equally divided between urban and rural. The state has different nationalities that are represented by Uzbeks, Tajiks, Russians, Tatars and Koreans. The majority of the population is Sunni Muslims and only about 4% is Orthodox. The official language is Uzbek while Russian language takes the second place and has a wide distribution. The highest point in Uzbekistan is Hazrat Sultan Peak with its altitude of 4643,3 m. The Registan square, the Gur-Emir mausoleum, 50-meter-tall Kalyan minaret are the main attractions in Uzbekistan. There are also nature reserves, for example, Nurata Mountains where the juniper tree with a 24 m trunk circumference grows.

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