Asiatic wild asses live in (semi-)desert and steppe habitats of Russia, Turkmenia
and Kazakhstan (kulan), Iran (onager), and Southern China (kiang; Groves & Mazak 1968, Nowak 1999, Oakenfull et al.
Turkmenistan formerly known as Turkmenia
is a country in Central Asia, bordered by Kazakhstan to the northwest, Uzbekistan to the north and east, Afghanistan to the southeast, Iran to the south and southwest, and the Caspian Sea to the west.
See also Katharine Holt, "The Rise of Insider Iconography: Visions of Turkmenia
in Russian-Language Literature and Film, 1921-1935" (PhD diss.
As a result, Russia shifted to new theatres, beginning the five year conquest of Turkmenia
in 1879, while also becoming more involved in Persia through infrastructure and the shah's 2,000 Cossack guards.
While the volume is modest for now - the rival project, South Stream, developed by the giant Russian gas producer Gazprom, is expected to deliver around 63 billion cubic metres - the EU has never hidden the fact that over time, it would like to get its supply from Turkmenia
, Iraq and Iran.
Listening, SirTokmak was a satirical magazine in the Turkmenia
SSR (the present-day Turkmenistan).
La CEI fue influenciada por las republicas musulmanas ex sovieticas: Turkmenia
, Tadjikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazajstan, para tomar otra posicion comun.
In our research, we have presented some findings demonstrating the peculiar features of outcomes, risk factors and treatment of AMI in women in Uzbekistan (the Central Asian country of the former Soviet Union) where the situation is, as a whole, similar to that one in neighboring countries (Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenia
, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan).
Esto sobre todo es cierto para la Federacion Rusa, las Republicas del Caucaso: Armenia, Georgia y Azerbaijan y las republicas islamicas ex sovieticas: Kazajstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenia
, Kirguizia y Tadjekistan.