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Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii


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    • Russia (Federation). Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki
    • Russia (Federation). External Intelligence Service
    • Russia (Federation). Foreign Intelligence Service
    • SVRR
    • SVR
    • Sluzhba vneshney razvedki (Russia)
    • Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF
    • SVR Rossii
    • Foreign Intelligence Service (Russia)
    • Russian Foreign Intelligence Service
    • SVRRF
    • SVR RF
    • FIS
    • Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii
    • Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossii
    • Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF
    • Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossii
    • Federal Security Service (Russia)
    • Служба внешней разведки Российской Федерации
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      • found: Russian Security Services, 1992:p. 1 (Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVRR), headed by Yevgeniy Primakov, is in large part the remains of the First Chief Directorate (FCD) [no publs. in LC data base] of the former USSR KGB. After the 1991 coup attempt, the FCD was first partially separated from the KGB and then renamed the Central Intelligence Service (TSSR), in Dec. 1991 the TSSR was transferred to Russian jurisdiction and renamed again as the SVRR)
      • found: Delovai︠a︡ kniga RAU, Rossii︠a︡-93, 1993:v. 2, p. 6 (Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii)
      • found: Secret empire, 1994:CIP galley (By 1994 the former KGB had reorganized into 5 main bureaucracies: the Federal Counterintelligence Service, which inherited most of the KGB's internal security functions; the Border Troops; the Federal Agency for Government Communications and Information, responsible for electronic intelligence and secure communicatios; the Main Guard Directorate, a 25,000-man Kremlin guard; and the External Intelligence Service [SVR], formerly known as the KGB First Chief Directorate [no publs. in LC data base])
      • found: Novai︠a︡ Rossii︠a︡, 1994:p. 55 (Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF (SVR Rossii); located at Kolpachnyĭ per., 11 [Moscow]) p. 24 (Evgeniĭ Maksimovich Primakov is director of the SVR)
      • found: Pravitelʹstvo Rossii i federalʹnye organy ispolnitelʹnoĭ vlasti, 1995:p. 91 (Sluzhba vneshnĭ razvedki Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii (SVR Rossii) was established 18 Dec. 1991 on the basis of the T︠S︡entralʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba razvedki SSSR, which itself had recently been detached from the KGB SSSR. The status of the SVR was confirmed by the Zakon RF o vneshneĭ razvedke of 8 July 1992. The sluzhba was temporarily renamed as the Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vnezhneĭ razvedki Rossii but this name was rescinded by the edict of 07 Oct. 1992. The director of the SVR Rossii has been Evgeniĭ Maksimovich Primakov since 26 Dec. 1991)
      • found: Veterany Vneshneĭ razvedki Rossii, 1995:t.p. (Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii) p. 3-4 (SVRRF, SVR RF)
      • found: Sekrety Gitlera na stole u Stalina, 1995:t.p. (Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossii)
      • found: Russian intelligence community WWW, 02-18-97(Foreign Intelligence Service (FIS) or Sluzhba vneshney razvedki (SVR))
      • found: Silovye struktury Rossii, 1999:p. 17 (Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF (SVR Rossii); Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF was established on 18 December 1991 on the basis of the T︠S︡entralʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba razvedki SSSR which had recently been detached from the KGB pri SM SSSR. On 30 Sept. 1992 it was renamed the Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki Rossii. On 14 Aug. 1996 the service was again renamed as the Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki RF, however on 2 Spet. 1996 its original name SVR was restored)
      • found: Inside Russia's SVR, 2003:ECIP t.p. (Federal Security Service)
      • notfound: Borce, A. Sinn und Unsinn der Geheimdienste, 1992: p. 28-29 (In May 1991 KGB established a branch for federal security which by Nov. 1991 had been formally named Agentur für Föderal Sicherheit (Agentura federalnoj besopasnosti [AFB]) and whose duties were similiar to the American Federal Bureau of Investigation. In Dec. 1991 General Bakatin, who had separated foreign espionage operations from domestic security presided over the merger of the MWD (Ministerstwo wnutrennich del) and the KGB to form the shortly-lived Ministerium für Sicherheit und Inneres (Ministerstwo besopasnosti i wnutrennich del [MBWD]). However, the Russian Parliament fearing that this agency would remind them of the security forces under Beria dissolved the MBWD and established the Ministerium für Sicherheit der Russischen Föderation (Ministerstwo besopasnosti Rossijskoj Federacii). In Dec. 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union, the KGB was reorganized into a new agency responsible for foreign espionage which, was named Zentralen Auslandsnachrichtendienstes (Centralnaja sluschba raswedki [CSR]), under the direction of Evvgenij Primakov) p. 41-42 (Russian Foreign Intelligence Service [AFB], Russian Central Foreign Intelligence Service [CSR]);LC data base, 09-38-93 (hdg.: Russia (Federation). T︠S︡entralʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba razvedki)
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      • 1993-09-28: new
      • 2020-02-05: revised
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