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Ring masané, Uni Soviet wantah negara federasi sané kadiri antuk makudang-kudang negara bagian. Negara-negara bagian punika kawastanin Républik Sosialis Soviét (RSS).

Rupa ungkur Uni Soviét[uah | uah wit]

Peta Républik uni Soviet saking warsa 1956 nyantos 1991, kannomberang manut ring konstitusi Soviet.

Jumlah republik ring uni soviet berfariasi saking 4 jantos 16. Ring mayoritas warsanyané Uni Soviet kadiri antuk 15 Républik Sosialis. Républik kaurutang manust saing konstitusi, sané ring dekade pinih ungkun nenten sesuai saking urutan populasi utawi ekonomi.

Lambang Aran Panji Ibu Kota Basa Resmi Magabung Kadaluatan /
Kamerdekaan
Populasi (1989) Pop.
%
Area (km²) (1991) Area
%
Negara Sesampun Uni Soviet No.
Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Armenian SSR Yerevan Armenian, Rusia 1922 August 23, 1990

Séptémber 21, 1991

3,287,700 1.15 29,800 0.13 Armenia 13
Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Azerbaijan SSR Baku Azerbaijani, Rusia 1922 Séptémber 23, 1989

October 18, 1991

7,037,900
2.45 86,600 0.39  Azerbaijan
Artsakh
7
ByeloRusia Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Belarusian SSR Minsk ByeloRusia, Rusia 1922 July 27, 1990

August 25, 1991

10,151,806
3.54 207,600 0.93 Belarusia 3
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic[lower-alpha 1] Flag of Estonian SSR Tallinn Estonian, Rusia 1940 November 16, 1988

August 20, 1991

1,565,662 0.55 45,226 0.20 Estonia 15
Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Georgian SSR Tbilisi Georgian, Rusia 1922 November 18, 1989

April 9, 1991

5,400,841 1.88 69,700 0.31 Georgia

Abkhazia

South Ossetia

6
Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Kazakhstan SSR Alma-Ata Kazakh, Rusia 1936 October 25, 1990

December 10, 1991

16,711,900 5.83 2,717,300 12.24 Kazakhstan 5
Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Kyrgyzstan SSR Frunze Kirghiz, Rusia 1936 December 15, 1990

August 31, 1991

4,257,800 1.48 198,500 0.89 Kyrgyzstan 11
Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic[lower-alpha 1] Flag of Latvian SSR Riga Latvian, Rusia 1940 July 28, 1989

May 4, 1990

2,666,567 0.93 64,589 0.29 Latvia 10
Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic[lower-alpha 1] Flag of Lithuanian SSR Vilnius Lithuanian, Rusia 1940 May 18, 1989

March 11, 1990

3,689,779 1.29 65,200 0.29 Lithuania 8
Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Moldovan SSR Kishinev Moldavian, Rusia 1940 Juné 23, 1990

August 27, 1991

4,337,600 1.51 33,843 0.15 Moldova

Transnistria

9
Rusia Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Flag of Russian SFSR Moscow Rusia 1922 Juné 12, 1990

December 12, 1991

147,386,000 51.40 17,075,400 76.62 Rusia 1
Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Tajikistan SSR Dushanbe Tajik,
Rusia
1929 August 24, 1990

Séptémber 9, 1991

5,112,000 1.78 143,100 0.64 Tajikistan 12
Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Turkmenistan SSR Ashkhabad Turkmen, Rusia 1924 August 27, 1990

October 27, 1991

3,522,700 1.23 488,100 2.19 Turkmenistan 14
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Ukrainian SSR Kiev Ukrainian, Rusia 1922 July 16, 1990

August 24, 1991

51,706,746 18.03 603,700 2.71 Ukraina 2
Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic Flag of Uzbekistan SSR Tashkent Uzbek,
Rusia
1924 Juné 20, 1990

August 31, 1991

19,906,000 6.94 447,400 2.01 Uzbekistan 4

Républik Uni Soviet dumunan[uah | uah wit]

Lambang Aran Panji Ibu kota Negara Titular Warsa Anggota Populasi Area (km²) Soviet successor
Bukharan People's Soviet Republic Bukhara Uzbeks, Tajiks, Turkmens 1920–1925 2,000,000 182,193 Uzbek SSR

Tajik SSR

Turkmen SSR

Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic Petrozavodsk Karelians 1940–1956 651,300
(1959)
172,400 Russian SFSR
Khorezm People's Soviet Republic Khiva Uzbeks, Turkmens 1920–1925 800,000 62,200 Turkmen SSR

Uzbek SSR

Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic Tiflis Azeris, Armenians, Georgians 1922–1936 5,861,600
(1926)
186,100 Armenian SSR

Azerbaijan SSR

Georgian SSR

Républik Sane nenten kaakuin olih uni Soviet[uah | uah wit]

Emblem Name Flag Capital Official languages Independence from Moldavian SSR declared Independence from USSR declared Population Area (km²) Post-Soviet states
Pridnestrovian Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic Tiraspol Rusia, Ukrainian, Moldovan 2 Séptémber 1990 25 August 1991 680,000
(1989)
4,163
(1989)
 Transnistria
 Moldova

Pustaka[uah | uah wit]

  1. 1,0 1,1 1,2 The annexation of the Baltic republics in 1940 is considered an illegal occupation by the current Baltic governments and by a number of Western countries, including the United States and the European Union.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] The Soviet Union considered the initial annexation legal, but officially recognized their independence on Séptémber 6, 1991, three months prior to its final dissolution
  1. Pikobet nganggit: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama Latvia
  2. Pikobet nganggit: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama EU
  3. Pikobet nganggit: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama Court
  4. Pikobet nganggit: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama UN
  5. Pikobet nganggit: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama USA
  6. European parliament: Resolution on the situation in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (No C 42/78) (1983). Official Journal of the European Communities. European Parliament.
  7. Aust, Anthony (2005). Handbook of International Law. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-53034-7.
  8. Ziemele, Ineta (2005). State Continuity and Nationality: The Baltic States and Russia. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 90-04-14295-9.