Emphasizing the role of economic integration of space in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
and its consequences for the post-Soviet states, we conclude that those countries' heritage will continue to influence their economic development in the future.
Five years later, on October 22, 1935, the Oblast was elevated to republic status, Kalmyk Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
Once part of the Samanid Empire, Tajikistan became a constituent republic of the Soviet Union in the 20th century, known as the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic
Iran's relation with CIS countries started by the collapse of the former Soviet Socialist Republic
and could reach an acceptable level in the recent years.
On December 5, 1936, the Kyrgyz Soviet Socialist Republic
(SSR) was established as a full Union Republic of the U.
Mere political calculation by Moscow brought the two together under Soviet rule when Moscow decided to carve out a separate Moldovan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
(MASSR) from Ukrainian territory, including present-day Transnistria in order to reclaim "the rest" of Moldova from Romania.
In Slavutych, a town built to house displaced Chernobyl workers, commemorations began an hour earlier to coincide with Moscow time, which was used in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
at the time of the accident.
34] The father perished during the occupation, but the girl's aunt (her father's sister), Anna Margolis, survived the war and in 1945 unsuccessfully sued for custody in what had been newly dubbed the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic
Of all the former Soviet republics, perhaps the least studied was the Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic
(the present Republic of Moldova), situated in the western Soviet Union on the border with Romania.
The factory was authorized under an agreement with the Ministry of Trade of the Russian Federated Soviet Socialist Republic
, which seems to be moving faster towards a market economy than the Soviet government (maverick Boris Yeltsin was recently elected Russian president).
Passenger flights finally commenced in the fall of 1977 between Moscow and Alma-Ata, the capital of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic
, but such service ended not long thereafter.