Komi Republic


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Komi Republic

(ˈkəʊmɪ)
n
(Placename) a constituent republic of NW Russia: annexed by the princes of Moscow in the 14th century. Capital: Syktyvkar. Pop: 1 019 000 (2002). Area: 415 900 sq km (160 540 sq miles)
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In order to maintain this high status, the activity of the DSI should be competitive among other institutions and is aimed primarily at training people with active creative potential who are ready and able to create an intellectual creative environment around them, "said Sergey Yemelyanov, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Archive Affairs of the Komi Republic .
Two explosions that caused a tunnel collapse at the Severnaya mine in the town of Vorkuta in the Komi Republic, Russia, on February 25 left four miners dead and more than 100 trapped underground.
We follow with sadness the news that many people lost their lives and that there are many others still trapped underground after the mining accidents that occurred in the Severnaya coal mine located in the Komi Republic, in the northern part of the Russian Federation," said a statement released by the Turkish Foreign Ministry on Sunday.
The head of the Komi republic, where the Vorkuta mine is located, has declared a three-day mourning period in the republic starting from Sunday.
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Bulgarian entrepreneurs have visited the Komi Republic (a federal subject of Russia) in order to explore the opportunities for revamping Bulgaria's key role in the local timber industry, according to local media.
In particular, the funds will be disbursed to entities operating in Kaluga, Yaroslavl, Moscow, Samara, Bryansk, Novosibirsk, Ryazan and Perm, as well as the Komi Republic.
The main attention was paid on Russian oil shale resources, especially on development of deposits of Volga-Pechersk shale-bearing province extending from the Caspian Sea to the Komi Republic.