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 Encyclopedia: Komi Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Torlopov (born 1949) is the president of the Komi Republic in Russia.
The Komi Republic (Komi: Коми Республика; Russian: Респ́ублика Ко́ми) is a federal subject of Russia (a republic).
The territory of the republic was most intensely settled in the 19th and in the beginning of the 20th centuries.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Komi-Republic   (554 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Komi Republic Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Komi is a constituent republic of Russia in the Northwestern Federal District.
Komi (Ко́ми) is a constituent republic of Russia in the Northwestern Federal District.
The Republic's native inhabitants are the Finnic Komi, or Komi-Zyryans.
www.ipedia.com /komi_republic.html   (167 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Komi Republic (CIS And Baltic Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Russians (58%), Komi (23%), and Ukrainians constitute the population.
The area belonged to the Novgorod Republic from the 13th cent.
The Zyrian Autonomous Region was constituted in 1921; it became an autonomous republic in 1936.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/K/KomiRepu.html   (320 words)

  
 Komi (republic)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The republic is partly in the Arctic Circle and is largely lowland (taiga) with coniferous forests.
The area belonged to the Novgorod Republic from the 13th century, and was annexed to Muscovy in the 14th century.
Komi Autonomous Oblast was created in 1921, and transformed into a republic in 1936.
www.tiscali.co.uk /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0024047.html   (233 words)

  
 545\aishton
Komi was one of Stalins favorite gulag locations and, in fact, there are well over 1,000 gulags located in the Komi Republic, some of which are still active as prisons.
The Komi capital of Syktyvkar is situated at the confluence of the Syssola and Vwychegda Rivers.
However, the Komi Republic is a more manageable model with which to defend the notion of a new, more specialized environmental policy that will enable local and regional economies to strengthen along with the development and refinement of a new environmental policy.
www.umich.edu /~csfound/545/1995/aishton.htm   (6383 words)

  
 Komi    (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Komi Republic is situated in the far northeast of the European part of the Russian Federation within the boundaries of the Pechora and Mezen-Vychegda plains, the Central and Southern Timan, and the western slopes of the Urals (Northern, Subpolar, and Polar Urals).
The Komi is represented in the UNPO by the Komi National Revival Committee.
The republic was initially formed on August 22, 1921, as the Komi (Zyryan) Autonomous Region.
www.unpo.org /member.php?arg=31   (522 words)

  
 Russia - The Republic of Komi - RussiaTrek.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The population of Komi Republic is estimated at 1.2 million citizen and consists of 100 nationalities including 23% of Komi.
The republic is an independent participent in foreign economic affairs, has the right to foster foreign loans and to implement industrial and trade programs with western capital participation under guarantee of the region budget, to give privileges to the foreign companies, to register joint ventures.
Komi Scientific Center of Russia Academy Urals Branch is the main scientific institution of Komi Republic.
www.russiatrek.com /rp_komi.shtml   (499 words)

  
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Komi Republic is ruled by the “Head of Republic”, who presides over the government, and by the Komi State Council and the Constitutional Court.
Although Komi Republic is a net donor to the federal budget, it is dependent on export revenues and the development of new raw materials deposits.
Komi accounts for 40% of forests in the European part of Russia, and this sector is vital as it contributes 17% to the total industrial output.
www.bisnis.doc.gov /bisnis/bisdoc/0202Komi.htm   (2709 words)

  
 KOMIS or Zyryans
The population of the Komi Republic has tripled since World War II due to immigration, which means that the Zyryans have become a minority in their native territory.
In the rural areas the Komis are still in the majority, but the economic importance of the rural areas is constantly decreasing and the mass departure from the villages continues.
The school instruction in the Komi language during the first four school-years was reintroduced in 1994/95; the language is also taught as one of the subjects until the end of the secondary school.
www.suri.ee /eup/komis.html   (816 words)

  
 Kommersant - Russia's Daily Online
The geographic center of the Komi Republic is located at the intersection of the line of 63°53' north latitude and the meridian of 54° 16' east longitude not far from the village of Vis, Sosnogorsky District.
The size and continental extent of the Komi Republic, the influence of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, and the natural barrier of the Urals on the east create variable climatic conditions from southwest to northeast.
The republic's location in the subarctic (far north and northeast) and temperate (most of the republic's territory) climatic zones results in a climate with long, severe winters and short, comparatively cool summers.
www.kommersant.com /tree.asp?rubric=5&node=445&doc_id=-101   (1169 words)

  
 Komi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Komi language—languages of the Komi peoples (Komi-Zyrian language and Komi-Permyak language).
Komi (Cyclades), Greece—a village in Tinos, Cyclades, Greece.
Komi (Arcadia), Greece—a village in northern Arcadia in Greece.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Komi   (121 words)

  
 Map of Russia region - The Republic of Komi - short information political economical geographical map of russia and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Republic of Komi is situated in the north-east of the European part of the RF.
In the west, north-west and north the Republic borders on Arkhangelskaya region, in the east - Tyumenskaya region, in the south-east - Sverdlovskaya region, in the south - Permskaya region, in the south-west - Kirovskaya region.
Length of the Republic from north to south - 785 km, from west to east - 695 km.
map.rin.ru /cgi-bin/detals_e.pl?Region=komi   (199 words)

  
 The Northern Forum - Komi Republic
The Komi Republic is located in northeastern European Russia, the northern part of which lies in the Arctic Circle.
The Komi Republic is an independent republic of the Russian Federation.
The Komi Republic became a member of the Northern Forum in 1993 and has been active in project activities.
www.northernforum.org /servlet/content/komi_republic.html   (364 words)

  
 Historic-demographic note on the Nenets of the Komi Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Nenets living in the Komi Republic are a small part of the Nenets of Russia, who are officially re-ferred to as on of the indigenous minorities of the North.
In fact, in the Komi Republic, a substantial group of "city resident Nenets" devel-oped; they were "city residents" only on paper and continued migrating between the Komi and Nenets okrugs maintaining close and often kindred relations with Nenets of both the Nenets and Yamalo-Nenets okrugs.
The paradox of the Komi Nenets situation lies in the fact that only a minority of the indigenous popula-tion (those in "the regions of residence…") enjoy all the rights they are entitled to.
www.raipon.net /english/library/ipw/number5/article19.html   (838 words)

  
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ABSTRACTS Aishton The Komi Republic is an autonomous region located in northeastern Europe and is part of the Russian Federation.
Komi is a region about the size of New England and is composed of 20 districts, governed in a hierarchical system from the Moscow government seat.
Drawing from the ecosystem diversity, transition dynamics of the Soviet Union, health projections in the Komi Republic and complicated political dynamics a case is built and presented which logically justifies the need to formulate a specialized and localized environmental policy in the Komi Republic.
www.umich.edu /~csfound/545/1995/abstract.htm   (2971 words)

  
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And, finally, the seventh reindeer husbandry enterprise of the Republic is the municipal enterprise Olenovod, under the jurisdiction of MO Gorod Vorkuta, with its central farmstead in Vorkuta.
In the Komi Republic, oil extraction chiefly impacts the reindeer husbandry enterprises in the Usinskiy Rayon (the “Severnyy” and “Ust-Usinskiy” sovkhozes).
Regarding social and economic effects of oil extraction to the subject of reindeer husbandry in the Republic, we should state that a significant correlation exists among the Komi Republic’s reindeer husbandry enterprises between the economic state of the enterprise and the proximity of its slaughtering points and central farmstead to the oil extraction region.
www.npolar.no /ansipra/english/Items/Reindeer_herders_Komi.html   (4610 words)

  
 Nature and Society in Komi Republic, Russia
Komi Republic of Russia: The KR is situated on the European North-east of Russia.
Population: Many centuries ago the Komis, a small people, whose language is related to the Magyar (Hungarian), Finnish, Karelian and Estonian group of the Finno-Ugric language family, settled on the banks of the mighty Pechora, the beautiful Vychegda and tranquil Mesen.
There are the Komi Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences with 6 research institutes, Syktyvkar State University (SSU), Komi Pedagogical Institute, Forest Institute and many branches of different universities of Moscow and St.
www.valdosta.edu /~bergstrm/komi.html   (1026 words)

  
 IISS - Russian Regional Perspectives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Komi Republic is one of the Russian regions whose main feature of the economy is its high export rate.
The agreement was signed by the Republic of Komi and the Permanent Mission of the United Nation’s Development Programme for Russia.
One of the Komi Republic’s main priorities should be the development of cross-regional and international cooperation with businesses in the Baltic Sea area to expand the business activities of the region’s small enterprises.
www.iiss.org /newsite/rrpfree.php?scID=53   (1204 words)

  
 Komi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This republic, with its considerable oil and mineral reserves, is likely to be of economic importance in the future.
Although related to the Komi (or Zyrans), Soviet divide-and-rule policies towards ethnic minorities dictated the establishment of a separate region for the Permyaki, and a National Area was created in 1925.
Some Komi wish to unite their various regions into a 'Greater Komi Republic'; such aspirations are unlikely to be permitted given the region's economic importance.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ru-komi.html   (213 words)

  
 Name sections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Below is the information obtained by the Ministry of Nationalities of the Komi Republic regarding the life of the Nenets in the territory of the Komi Republic.
In the Okrug, the Komi are engaged in reindeer herding, management, industry, social sphere, etc. According to the census of 1989, the number of representatives of indigenous peoples in the Komi Republic is 495.
The Ministry of Nationalities of the Komi Republic has prepared and coordinated an agreement with the Nenetsky Autonomous Okrug in ethnic policy and social protection of the indigenous peoples of the North, migrating in the Nenetsky Autonomous Okrug and the Komi Republic.
www.raipon.org /english/library/ipw/number3/article22.html   (3851 words)

  
 Komi Republic on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
KOMI REPUBLIC [Komi Republic] constituent republic (1990 pop.
Structure of the moose population and its utilization in the Komi Republic.
KOMI REPUBLIC PROTESTS AGAINST PEN FOR AIDS AND TB INFECTED.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/K/KomiR1epu.asp   (356 words)

  
 GeoNative - Komi
In the Komi Republic there has been a more kind attitude towards the language, but the republic is being colonised unstoppably by Russian migrants.
Zirian edo berezko Komiak bizi dira Komi Errepublikan (415.900 km2, hiriburua Syktyvkar) eta inguruetan.
The Komi Republic has been the first Finno-Ugrian area of Russia where the local language was instituted as the official language parallelly with Russian.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Parthenon/9860/komi.html   (555 words)

  
 Komi National Library
The Komi Republic was formed on the 22 of August 1921 and is situated in the European part of Russia, covers the territory of 416,8 sq.
The Republic bordered by the Arkgangelsk Region in the north, Tumen Region in the east, Sverdlovsk Region in the south-east, Perm Region in the south and Kirov Region in the south-west.
The Komi Republic is a member of the Russian Federation enjoying equal rights, its state languages are Russian and Komi.
www.nbrk.komi.com /eng/komi.html   (482 words)

  
 Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Komi Republic says oil production dropped 5.5% in 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Komi oil-producing enterprises sold around 36% of their oil on the domestic market and exported the rest.
In 1999, the Komi republican budget earned 1.5 billion rubles from oil companies, said Anatoly Gubarev, deputy minister of the coal, oil and gas industry.
The Komi republic plans to boost its oil output to 12-13 million metric tons per year by 2003, announced Komi leader Yuri Spiridonov.
www.gasandoil.com /goc/news/ntr01284.htm   (202 words)

  
 U.S. Commercial Service Russia: Russia's Northwest Regional Overview
It is situated in the far northwest region of Russia, bordering on the White Sea, the Republic of Karelia, the Nenets Autonomous Region, the Vologda region and the Komi Republic.
Karelia is the leading republic in the Russian Federation in terms of concentration and diversity of mineral resources, including iron, titanium, talc, kyanite, gold, and diamonds.
Vologda region is located in the eastern portion of Northwest Russia, and borders on the Republic of Karelia and the regions of Archangelsk, Kirov, Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Tver, Novgorod and Leningrad.
www.buyusa.gov /russia/en/overview_nw.html   (3805 words)

  
 Gazprom
The Komi Republic will, on its part, assist its municipalities in setting up economically, organizationally and technically viable household gas consumption standards fitting with the gas suppliers’ calculations and will also contribute to developing and implementing a program aiming to furnish the population with lacking gas measurement units.
The Komi Republic is a strategically significant partner of Gazprom represented in the region by Severgazprom, a prominent subsidiary.
The natural gas supply infrastructure of the Komi Republic is developed at 41.3% of maximum demand, including at 51.4%, in cities, towns and urban settlements and 5.7%, in rural area.
www.gazprom.ru /eng/news/2005/05/16557.shtml   (885 words)

  
 THE AUTHORITIES OF KOMI REPUBLIC PUT AT RISK THE FIRST EVER RUSSIAN TERRITORY INCLUDED INTO THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE ...
Government of Komi Republic forwarded documents 'on elaborating borders' of the national park to the Government of the RF.
On the cunning pretext of 'elaborating borders' the industrial lobby of the Republic is concealing its intention to cut off 200 thousand hectares of the most presentative and most vulnerable, part of the park, situated at the European and Asian border, and to start gold mining there, though it evidently has no prospects.
When issuing the Decree on elaborating borders of the national nature park, head of Komi Republic Yuri Spiridonov exceeded his commission and violated Enactment of the Government of the RF #377 from 23-April-1994 on establishment of the park at the expense of forest fund lands of Pechora and Vuktyl forest services (leskhoz).
archive.greenpeace.org /comms/97/forest/press/rusmay29.html   (891 words)

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