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  Rostov Oblast - Definition, explanation
Rostov Oblast (Росто́вская о́бласть in Russian) is an oblast, a regional subdivision, of the Southern Federal District of Russia.
Rostov Oblast lies in the south of Russia with an area of 100,800 km² and a population of 4,404,013 (2002 census) making it the 5th most populous oblast in Russia.
Its administrative center is the city of Rostov on Don, which also became the capital of the Southern Federal District in 2002.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/r/ro/rostov_oblast.php   (252 words)

  
  Rostov Oblast - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Novocherkassk, industrial city in the Rostov Oblast of Russia, in the southwestern part of the country, 34 km (21 mi) northeast of the city of...
Rostov Oblast is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast), located in Southern Federal District.
Rostov Oblast lies in the south of Russia with an area of 100,800 km² and a population of 4,404,013...
encarta.msn.com /Rostov_Oblast.html   (196 words)

  
 CEELI - Draft Law Assessments
This is due to the importance of understanding the relationship between the new Rostov investment law and the existing foreign investment laws of the Russian Federation.
If the Oblast wants to increase local employment, the draft law should address the issue of foreign employees by answering such questions as the conditions under which non-residents may be hired.
Rostov Oblast officials might want to also consider the environmental effects of new investments.
www.abanet.org /ceeli/publications/assessments/russia/investmentrostov.html   (4937 words)

  
 Agricultural Machinery
Rostov Oblast officials have sought to attract foreign investment from Finland, Sweden, and Denmark in recent weeks with little success.
In Rostov, such a danger exists in particular because of the political ambitions of the leadership of the office of presidential envoy to the Southern Federal District.
A second issue is that the most profitable enterprises of Rostov Oblast, which with a relatively small investment could quickly start to produce a profit, are already controlled by large Russian financial industrial groups.
www.russiancouncil.org /reports/rost1.htm   (482 words)

  
 Climate of Trust Council   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At the initial stages of its implementation in Rostov Oblast and St. Petersburg, the COT Program faced serious obstacles in the form of suspicion of the Russian authorities and police towards an international NGO.
In the last decade, Rostov Oblast has become one of the most attractive points of destination for immigrants and migrants from other Russian subjects.
The Rostov participants of the seminar proposed to intensify educational pro-tolerance efforts particularly targeting youth and ethnic diasporas.
www.bacjrr.org /programs/cot_rtc.htm   (5377 words)

  
 Caucasian Knot: Analytics
Rostov city residents were significantly less likely to see the materials, controlling for the demographic variables.
Although the campaign in Rostov oblast is not likely to have increased the frequency with which respondents hear about abuses in schools - either in general or from their children - we nonetheless examine the dynamics of these variables (Panels C-E).
In Rostov city, the only noteworthy change is in the opposite direction: an increase in the proportion who have never heard of such groups.
eng.kavkaz.memo.ru /analyticstext/enganalytics/id/832260.html   (3196 words)

  
 Donetsk Oblast Facts & Figures
The oblast comprises 28 towns, 23 district centres, 21 municipal districts, 17 rural districts, 134 urban villages, 253 village radas and 1,124 villages.
The oblast borders with Luhansk, Kharkiv, Dniprodzerzhynsk and Zaporizhia oblasts of Ukraine and Rostov oblast of the Russian Federation.
The distance from the oblast's Centre to the capital of Ukraine by railway is 871 km, by roads, 693 km.
www.ukrainebiz.com /Articles/DonetskFacts.htm   (1625 words)

  
 Profile of the Rostov oblast   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rostov oblast carries out 4/5 of cargo transportations and 9/10 of passanger transportations of the Caucasus region.
In the oblast there are: 44 commercial banks, 108 their branches, 85 branches of banks from other cities.
Rostov oblast holds the third place in Russia (following Moscow and St.Petersburg) in number of higher educational institutions.
www.fipc.ru /fipc/regions/rostov/rostov.html   (718 words)

  
 taganrogcity.com | Rostov Oblast at MIPIM-2006 in Cannes
March 12-16, 2006: Rostov Oblast delegation headed by Governor Vladimir Tchoub will be participating in MIPIM-2006 (Marché international des professionnels de l'immobilier), the world's leading real estate expo that will be held at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France by the invitation of Germann Gref, Russian Federation Minister for Trade and Development.
Rostov Oblast's exhibition will be presented by Oblast's Governor, Vladimir Tchoub.
The package of 10 investment projects will be brought to Cannes by business people from Rostov Oblast, with delegates participating in negotiations and in the conferences "Investments into Russian Real Estate: Regions on the Move" and "Invest in Russia: New Markets - New Opportunities".
www.taganrogcity.com /pr_03122006.html   (179 words)

  
 Russia: Power Reactors: New Reactors: Rostov Overview
Minatom's decision to resume construction of the Rostov NPP was based primarily upon a severe shortage of electric power in the region, which produces between only one quarter[4] and one third[5] of the energy it consumes.
On 23 March 1998, at a public meeting organized by Rostov NPP workers, environmentalists from the Guardians of the Rainbow again confronted the workers, and attempted to disrupt the workers' public appeal to the oblast regional assembly and the governor by yelling during the presentations.[18]
In addition to such protest actions, there have been a number of appeals by various groups to the Volgodonsk city and Rostov Oblast councils demanding that a public referendum be held to determine the fate of the NPP.
www.nti.org /db/nisprofs/over/rostovov.htm   (1499 words)

  
 CCI: Rostov-on-Don
With six staff members, the office represents CCI in several regions in the South extending from the Rostov oblast to the Black Sea and to the southern border of Russia.
Rostov continued to expand, becoming a regional industrial and agricultural center and a major port in southern Russia.
Today, Rostov is a leading producer of agricultural machinery as well as home to a major university and other research institutes.
www.ccisf.org /cci_russia/rostov_on_don.htm   (332 words)

  
 Nuclear Communities in Transition: Russia
It was initiated by Minatom (the Ministry of Nuclear Energy) and supported by the Rostov oblast government.
The official reason for commissioning is a lack of energy in the region, but it is known that the station will participate in the Russian-American program to use weapons-grade plutonium as a fuel in nuclear reactors.
Our partner in the Rostov oblast and the city of Volgodonsk is one of the oldest anti-nuclear NGOs in the region: "Movement For A Nuclear Free Don." Its core activity is opposition to the nuclear lobby on both the regional and federal levels.
www.ecologia.org /nuclearcommunities/countryevals/russia/rostov.htm   (524 words)

  
 Maps
The western portion of the former Province of Kherson, the Odessa District is bordered by the Dniester River on the west, the Nikolayev Oblast on the east, and the Black Sea on the south.
The map depicts the German settlements in the Dnepropetrovsk Oblast formerly the northern portion of the Province of Ekaterinoslav and includes the German villages in the western portion of the Kharkov Oblast.
Map of the German settlements in the Stalino Oblast formerly the eastern portion of Ekaterinoslav Province and the western portion of the Don District (Territory of the Don Cossacks) including the German villages in the eastern part of the Kharkov Oblast.
www.ahsgr.org /maps.htm   (2423 words)

  
 Russia from Coast to Coast
The Rostov UIC was the fourth Center in the Russian Federation.
Rostov State University occupies a leading position among the scientific and educational institutions of the Russian Federation.
Rostov-on-Don, Rostov Oblast's captial city, is located 1,226 km southeast of Moscow on the Lower Don.
www2.soros.org /inetpages/coastro.htm   (291 words)

  
 Donetsk Ukraine oblast overview, history, people. - UkraineTrek.com
Donetsk oblast borders with Luhansk, Kharkiv, Dniprodzerzhynsk and Zaporizhia oblasts of Ukraine and Rostov oblast of the Russian Federation.
In the south, Donetsk oblast is washed by the Azov Sea.
The distance from Donetsk oblast centre to the capital of Ukraine by railway is 871 km, by roads, 693 km.
ukrainetrek.com /Donetsk_Oblast.shtml   (616 words)

  
 Republic of Kalmykia | Population
The divorce rates in the republic are lower than the average Russian, which in 2000 came to 4.3 per thousand, and lower than the divorce rated in the neighboring regions except for the Republic of Dagestan (1.4 per thousand).
For instance, in Volgograd Oblast it was 4.9 per thousand, in Astrakhan and Rostov Oblasts it was 4.4 per thousand, in Stavropol Oblast it was 4.0 per thousand.
Volgograd Oblast - 781, Rostov Oblast - 750, Astrakhan Oblast - 671, Stavropol Territory - 648, Republic of Dagestan - 207.
kalm.ru /en/population.html   (1034 words)

  
 Rostov Oblast   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation's candidate, Leonid Ivanchenko, is a former chairman of the oblast ispolkom and soviet, was a member of the Federation Council from 1993-1995, and was elected to the State Duma on the Communist list in December 1995.
Rostov Oblast's capital city, Rostov-na-Donu, is located 1,226 km southeast of Moscow on the Lower Don.
According to a survey by Bank Austria, the oblast was ranked 36th among Russia's 89 regions on investment climate.
archive.tol.cz /Elections/Russia/Regions/About/Rostov.html   (432 words)

  
 Alliance Major
Alliance Major was established February 24th, 1994 by graduates of the Department of Psychology of the Rostov State University.
The customers of the study results were administrative bodies, producers and trade companies from Rostov and Rostov oblast, cities of Moscow, St. Petersburg and others and representatives of some foreign companies (such as Royal Canin, Teledyne Water Pik).
Social and psychological surveys are permanently conducted in respect of Rostov oblast mass media.
www.allianc.ru /Eng.htm   (559 words)

  
 RUSTOCKS.com/Home/Issuers' Corner/Press Releases
The meeting underscored that the Rostov Oblast Administration was active in gasifying population centres and clearing existing arrears.
Within 2006 the gas arrears of the Rostov Oblast have decreased RUR 311.9 mln to RUR 362.46 mln as of January 1, 2007.
On its part, the Rostov Oblast Administration is also actively involved in regional gasification constructing over the past four years gas distribution networks worth RUR 2,287 bln invested by local authorities.
www.rustocks.com /index.phtml/Pressreleases/0/1/10937   (378 words)

  
 A Troubled Realm
Also unlike Moscow Oblast, much of livestock (e.g., 42% of all cattle) is now in subsidiary farming, that is, kept and fed by peasant families themselves, while at the same time registered private family farms are extremely rare.
However, Ryazan Oblast is in the south of the Non-Chernozem Zone and is actually located at the junction of the forest and forest-steppe biomes, the latter containing patches of Chernozem soil.
Together with the neighboring Kuban’ (Krasnodar Kray) and Rostov Oblast, it is one of the premier agricultural regions of Russia.
www.runet.edu /~agrorus/cstudies.htm   (1095 words)

  
 Private farming: realizing the poternial
Figures for the oblast are distorted by a poor year in 1996; in 1995 there had been a recovery.
AKKOR has started to help with this, but not everywhere in the Oblast; where they have done so, for example in Radionovka, there have been improvements not only in output, but in the cohesion of the farming community and its support for the FACs.
As stated earlier, farmers in the Oblast have a tendency to use what credit is available for capital purchases, while working capital is undervalued.
www.tacisinfo.ru /brochure/rostov_en/rostoven_8.htm   (1283 words)

  
 IREX | Toward Independent Living In Rostov-na-Donu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sokolyuk has made progress for Rostov’s disabled population which is unparalleled in all of southern Russia.
The Rostov Oblast administration estimates that over 65,000 residents of Rostov-na-Don suffer from physical disability, while the oblast-wide number is estimated at over 300,000.
One of our goals now is to have every church in Rostov handicapped-accessible by the end of the year.” Significant process has already been made by “Feniks” in cooperation with the Rostov city administration in their effort to make public buildings, shops and restaurants accessible to the disabled.
www.irex.org /newsroom/news/2003/ps_0501.asp   (574 words)

  
 Rostovsky Zapovednik - Russian Nature Reserve
Rostovsky Zapovednik, in the Rostov Province of southern Russia, protects some of the last virgin steppes on Earth, remnants of open grassland that have never been plowed.
The sections of the reserve (Ostrovnoy, Starikovsky, Krasny Partizansky, and Tsagan-khag), separated by 5-25 kilometers, are islands in the Manych-Gudilo Reservoir or adjacent lands.
Rostovsky Zapovednik is the only strict nature reserve in Rostov Province, created to conserve natural biodiversity of the steppe zone and to understand ecosystem processes in the altered landscape of the Manych-Gudilo Reservoir.
www.wild-russia.org /bioregion3/Rostovsky/3_rostov.htm   (1538 words)

  
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Located at the confluence of the Volga and Samara rivers, the city is an important port and a railroad and industrial center.
Omsk, city, southwestern Siberia Russia, capital of Omsk Oblast, at the confluence of the Irtysh and Om' rivers.
Situated on a high bank of the Don River near its mouth on the Sea of Azov, the city is an important commercial, industrial, and transportation center.
www.russianladies.permian.ru /pages2/mrl_010.htm   (2081 words)

  
 Spirit Wrestlers of Southern Russia
Scattered around Russia, Doukhobor populations are centered in the Tselina region in Rostov oblast, Cherns region in Tula oblast, near Blagoveshchensk in Amur oblast and the
She's 25, and she won't listen to me, won't stick to the tradition." Yuritsina speculates that her generation may be the last of the "true Doukhobors," because only older members are clinging to their roots.
Yuritsina's husband Vasily is Ukrainian; she says she met him in Rostov and brought him back to Petrovka.
www.doukhobor.org /Kolesnikova.htm   (2845 words)

  
 ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia: R-185
Address: 344006, Rostov Oblast, Rostov-on-Don, Voroshilovskii prosp., 28
[Branch of the State Archive of Rostov Oblast in Novocherkassk]
[Branch of the State Archive of Rostov Oblast in Taganrog]
www.iisg.nl /~abb/obl/R-185.html   (145 words)

  
 ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia: R-186
[Center for Documentation of Contemporary History of Rostov Oblast]
[Party Archive of the Rostov Oblast Committee of CPSU]
[Rostov Common Party Archive under the Rostov Oblast Division of the History of Party]
www.iisg.nl /~abb/obl/R-186.html   (141 words)

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