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Russia (Federation). Ministerstvo oborony

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    • Russia (Federation). Oborony, Ministerstvo
    • Minoborony Rossii
    • Russia (Federation). Ministerstvo oborony RF
    • Russia (Federation). Ministry of Defense
    • Russia (Federation). Defense, Ministry of
    • Russia (Federation). Министерство обороны
    • Ministerstvo oborony Rossiĭskoĭ Federat͡sii
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      • found: Sobesednik voina, 1993, 7:colophon ( ... Ministerstva oborony RF)
      • found: Leningrad i obespechenie boevoĭ dei͡atelʹnosti flota, 1941-1945 gg., 1992:t.p. (Ministerstvo oborony Rossiĭskoĭ Federat͡sii)
      • found: Pravitelʹstvo Rossii i federalʹnye organy ispolnitelʹnoĭ vlasti, 1995:p. 57-57 (Ministerstvo oborony Rossiĭskoĭ Federat͡sii (Minoborony Rossii) (Ministerstvo oborony RF). Current Minister is Pavel Sergeevich Grachev. The commander of the Generalʹnyĭ shtab Vooruzhennykh Sil Rossiĭskoĭ Federat͡sii is the First Deputy to the Minister. The Ministerstvo oborony was established on 16 March 1992 and on 26 March 1992 it replaced the abolished Goskomitet RF po oboronnym voprosam. The central organ of the Ministerstvo is the journal "Krasnai͡a zvezda") p. 146 (Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet RSFSR po oboronnym voprosam existed from 30 July 1991 to 26 March 1992. It was created when the Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet RSFSR po delam oborony was renamed the Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet RSFSR po oboronnym voprosam. On March 26 1992 with the creation of the Ministerstvo oborony RF ten days earlier, the Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet RSFSR po oboronnym voprosam was abolished)
      • found: FAS Nuclear forces guide, 04-18-01:(Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. Direct leadership of the armed forces is vested in the Ministry of Defense, and the General Staff exercises operational control. The Minister of Defense exercises operational authority, and the General Staff implements instructions and orders. The Ministry of Defense directs the armed services and all military activities on a daily basis.The Ministry of Defense consists of the General Staff and a number of main and central directorates. The Ministry of Defense is mannaged by a collegium of three first deputy ministers, six deputy ministers, and a chief military inspector, who together form the principal staff and advisory board of the Minister of Defense)
      • found: LC data base, 05-31-96(hdg.: Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet RSFSR po oboronnym voprosam)
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      • 1993-11-01: new
      • 2016-07-15: revised
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