Kalmykia


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Kal·myk·i·a

 (kăl-mĭk′ē-ə, kŭl-mĭk′yə)
A region of southwest Russia on the Caspian Sea. Settled in the early 1600s by Kalmyk people from central China, it came under Russian control after 1646.
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The ban will guard against the import of all species of domestic and wild live birds, ornamental birds, chicks, hatching eggs, meats and meat products and non-heat-treated wastes from the affected region and from previously infected provinces (Respublika Kalmykia, Astrakhanskaya Oblast, Kostromskaya Oblast) in the Russian Federation.
Banned the import of all species of domestic and wild live birds, ornamental birds, chicks, hatching eggs, meats and meat products and non-heat-treated wastes from the affected region and from previously infected provinces (Respublika Kalmykia, Astrakhanskaya Oblast, Kostromskaya Oblast) in the Russian Federation.
In one of the options the Eurasia Canal, 700 km in length, was supposed to pass through Dagestan, Kalmykia, Stavropol Krai and Rostov region of Russia.
23 (SUNA) - The Chairman of the Russian Chamber of Commerce, the former President of the Republic of Kalmykia, one of the Republics of the Soviet Union, Kirsan Nikolayevich Ilyumzhinov, has affirmed that Sudan was deemed as one of the rich countries in natural resources.
Countries comprising Turkey, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Russia especially Sakha, de Bouriatia, Altay, Kalmykia, Bashkortostan republics, Afghanistan and host Kyrgyzstan are taking part.
The new US sanctions also apply to Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, a wealthy Russian businessman and long-standing president of the World Chess Federation (FIDE) who was formerly president of the southern Russian region of Kalmykia.
An estimated total number of 50,000 saigas survive today in Kalmykia, three areas of Kazakhstan and in two isolated areas of Mongolia.
Results of these studies are not fully applicable, since the genetic potential was implemented in conditions of better forage, as compared to those in Kalmykia, and were not related to body type [7].
The two brothers accused of plotting the attack that killed three and wounded scores are Chechen Muslims, who grew up in the Kalmykia region of Russia and later immigrated to the US.
Prince Mohammed bin Turki bin Saud Al-Kabeer and Prince Saud Bin Bader Bin Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al-Saud took part in a falconry demo in Russia's Republic of Kalmykia, near the Caspian Sea.