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 (tä′tər-stăn′)
A semiautonomous region of west-central Russia. The site of a powerful Bulgar state after the 8th century, the region was conquered by Mongols in the 13th century and by Moscow in 1552. The Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was established in 1920, and in 1991 it declared its independence. Along with Chechnya, the republic was not a signatory to the 1992 treaty that created the Russian Federation, but it did join later, in 1994.
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The ambassador delivered a speech in the forum stressed on the Iraqi embassy to Federal Russia willing to open new prospects of economic cooperation between the governmental and private sector in Iraq and its counterparts in Tataristan which has an important economic place within Federal Russia.
Bu politika analizi kapsamda, ornegin Meskure Yilmaz'in sonradan kitaplastirilmis doktora tezinde ifade olundugu uzere, Turkiye'nin su devletler ve topluluklarla iliskileri incelenmektedir: Turk Cumhuriyetleri (Azerbaycan, Ozbekistan, Kazakistan, Turkmenistan, Kirgizistan), Rusya Federasyonu Icerisinde Yasayan Turkler (Altay, Baskurdistan, Cuvasistan, Dagistan, Gagauz, Hakas, Kabarday Balkar, Saka, Tataristan, Tuva, Karakalpak ozerk cumhuriyetleri), Kibris Turkleri (KKTC), Bati Trakya Turkleri, Bulgaristan Turkleri, Yugoslavya, Makedonya ve Romanya Turkleri, Irak Turkleri, Suriye Turkleri, Kirim Turkleri, Dogu Turkistan Turkleri ve Guney Turkistan Turkleri (Afganistan).
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