Military districts of Russia

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The Russian Federation maintains a number of military districts.

List of military districts

1998-07-27

Military districts according to Decree of the President of Russia № 900 (27 July 1998).[1]

2001-09-01

Military districts of Russia in 2001—2010

Volga Military District and Urals Military District was merged in Volga-Urals Military District according to Decree of the President of Russia № 337с (24 March 2001).[2]

Decree of the President of Russia № 1764 (12 December 2008)[3] changed names of regions after federal subjects mergers.

2010-09-01

Military districts of Russia as of 2010-09-01

2010-12-01

Military districts of Russia as of 2010-12-01

4 Military Districts and Joint Strategic Commands since с 1 December 2010 according to Decree of the President of Russia № 1144 (20 September 2010).[4][5]

2014-04-02

Military districts of Russia as of 2014-04-02

Southern Military District was enlarged to include disputed territories:

2014-12-15

Military districts of Russia as of 2016

According to Decree of the President of Russia since Dec 15 2014, Northern Fleet was removed from Western Military District. Boundaries of responsibility of fleet was expanded. Headquarters of the Northern Fleet reformed to Joint Strategic Command.[6]

References

  1. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?1128685
  2. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?681155
  3. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?990422
  4. ^ Dmitry Medvedev signed Executive Order on reform of military administrative division of the Russian Federation and establishment of new military districts
  5. ^ http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?1298267
  6. ^ http://structure.mil.ru/structure/okruga/north/history.htm

See also

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