Eight Federal Districts

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♦  The Russian Federation ♦

The Eight Federal Districts
(2010 population census, in millions and % of whole)

1. CENTRAL RUSSIA – 38.4 million (27%)
– Moscow – 11.9 million (8%); Voronezh *

2. VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT – 29.9 million (21%)
– Nizhny Novgorod – million;  Perm * Yoshkar-Ola * Samara * Saratov *

3. NORTHWEST RUSSIA (incl. Kaliningrad Region) – 13.6 million (10%)
– St Petersburg – 6.4 million (5%);  * Kaliningrad * Murmansk * Arkhangelsk *

4. SOUTHERN RUSSIA – 13.8 million (10%)
– Novocherkassk *

5. NORTH CAUCASUS – 9.4 million (7%)
– Ingushetia * Kabardino-Balkaria *

(formerly part of the South Russian Federal District;
created in 2008 from the North Caucasus republics, plus Stavropol Region)

6. The URALS -12.1 million (9%)
– Chelyabinsk *

7. SIBERIA – 19.3 million (14%)
– Novosibirsk *

8. FAR EASTERN RUSSIA – 6.3 million (5%)
– Island of Sakhalin *

Total Population of Russia — 141 million

Cities, Regions and Republics with NGOs
mentioned in the Freedom of Association in Russia report

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