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The Crimean Federal District
Crimean Federal District
(Russian: Кры́мский федера́льный о́круг) was a federal district of Russia. It was established on March 21, 2014 after the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation.[4] The federal district included both the Republic of Crimea
Republic of Crimea
and the federal city of Sevastopol, both recognized as part of Ukraine
Ukraine
by most of the international community. Ukraine
Ukraine
considers the area, along with the areas of Lugansk People's Republic and Donetsk People's Republic, as temporarily occupied territories.[5][6] Oleg Belaventsev
Oleg Belaventsev
was appointed the presidential envoy,[7] and the administrative centre of the federal district was Simferopol. On 28 July 2016, the Crimean Federal District, which during its existence was by far the smallest of Russia's federal districts, was abolished and merged into the Southern Federal District, in order to "increase the efficiency of the federal state bodies' work".[8] Federal subjects[edit]

# Flag Federal subject Area in km2[1] Population Administrative centre

1

Republic of Crimea 26,100 1,966,801 Simferopol

2

Sevastopol 900 379,200 Sevastopol

See also[edit]

Ministry of Internal Affairs

References[edit]

^ a b "1.1. Основные социально-экономические показатели в 2014 г" [Main socioeconomic indicators 2014]. Regions of Russia. Socioeconomic indicators - 2015 (in Russian). Russian Federal State Statistics Service. Retrieved 26 July 2016.  ^ Results of Census: Population of Crimea is 2.284 Million People - Information agency "Krym Media" Archived November 4, 2015, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Итоги переписи населения в Крымском федеральном округе" [Results of the Census: The Crimean Federal District] (in Russian). Rosstat. Archived from the original on July 6, 2015. Retrieved 14 August 2016.  ^ "В России создан Крымский федеральный округ". RBC. March 21, 2014.  ^ Law about occupied territories of Ukraine. Mirror Weekly. 15 May 2014 ^ Higher educational institutions at the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine
Ukraine
will not work - the minister of education. Newsru. 1 October 2014 ^ "Putin appoints Oleg Belavintsev his envoy to Crimean Federal District". ITAR-TASS. March 21, 2014.  ^ "Putin integrates Crimea into Russia's southern federal district". Russian News Agency TASS. 28 July 2016. Retrieved 28 July 2016. 

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Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation
Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation
/ 2014 Crimean crisis

Part of the: 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine

timeline

Russian military intervention in Ukraine Ukrainian crisis

Main topics

Timeline International reaction List of military units International sanctions

List of sanctioned individuals List of companies that applied sanctions

2014 anti-war protests in Russia Reaction of Russian intelligentsia 2014 Crimean status referendum UN General Assembly Resolution 68/262 Declaration of Independence Republic of Crimea 2014 Constitution of Crimea Political status Crimean Federal District Crimean speech of Vladimir Putin Medal "For the Return of Crimea" 2014 Simferopol
Simferopol
incident

Background

History of Crimea 1783 annexation by Russian Empire 1921–45 Crimean ASSR 1944 deportation of the Crimean Tatars 1945–91 Crimean Oblast 1954 transfer of Crimea 1991–92 Crimean ASSR Autonomous Republic of Crimea
Republic of Crimea
(since 1992) 1994–95 President of Crimea

Yuriy Meshkov

1994 Budapest Memorandum 1997 Partition Treaty 1998 Constitution of Crimea 2003 Tuzla Island
Tuzla Island
conflict 2006 anti-NATO protests in Feodosia 2010 Kharkiv Pact 2012 law on languages 2013–14 Euromaidan 2014 Ukrainian revolution 40th G7 summit

Main places

Simferopol

Simferopol
Simferopol
Airport Building of the Supreme Council of Crimea

Sevastopol

Belbek Airport

Kerch Strait Bridge Donuzlav

Ochakov scuttling

Perevalne Armyansk Dzhankoy Chonhar Port Krym Strilkove Arabat Spit Novofedorivka

Crimea / Russia

Organizations

Supreme Council of Crimea Council of Ministers of Crimea Sevastopol
Sevastopol
City Council Russian Armed Forces

Black Sea Fleet Russian Airborne Troops

Crimean Berkut Russian Unity Night Wolves Kuban Cossacks Ukrainian Choice

Lead figures (Crimea)

Sergey Aksyonov Vladimir Konstantinov Natalia Poklonskaya Rustam Temirgaliev Denis Berezovsky Aleksei Chaly Igor Besler

Lead figures (Russia)

Vladimir Putin Dmitry Medvedev Sergey Shoygu Vladislav Surkov Sergey Lavrov Valery Gerasimov Igor Sergun Aleksandr Vitko Oleg Belaventsev Rustam Minnikhanov

Ukraine

Organizations

Yatsenyuk government Parliamentary parties

Batkivshchyna Svoboda UDAR

Armed Forces of Ukraine

Ukrainian Ground Forces Ukrainian Navy National Guard of Ukraine

Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Right Sector

Lead figures (Ukraine)

Oleksandr Turchynov Arseniy Yatsenyuk Andriy Parubiy Arsen Avakov Valentyn Nalyvaichenko Ihor Tenyukh Mykhailo Kutsyn Serhiy Hayduk Yuliy Mamchur Serhiy Kunitsyn Mustafa Dzhemilev Refat Chubarov

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Subdivisions of Russia

Federal subjects

Republics

Adygea Altai Bashkortostan Buryatia Chechnya Chuvashia Crimea1 Dagestan Ingushetia Kabardino-Balkaria Kalmykia Karachay-Cherkessia Karelia Khakassia Komi Mari El Mordovia North Ossetia-Alania Sakha Tatarstan Tuva Udmurtia

Krais

Altai Kamchatka Khabarovsk Krasnodar Krasnoyarsk Perm Primorsky Stavropol Zabaykalsky

Oblasts

Amur Arkhangelsk Astrakhan Belgorod Bryansk Chelyabinsk Irkutsk Ivanovo Kaliningrad Kaluga Kemerovo Kirov Kostroma Kurgan Kursk Leningrad Lipetsk Magadan Moscow Murmansk Nizhny Novgorod Novgorod Novosibirsk Omsk Orenburg Oryol Penza Pskov Rostov Ryazan Sakhalin Samara Saratov Smolensk Sverdlovsk Tambov Tomsk Tula Tver Tyumen Ulyanovsk Vladimir Volgograd Vologda Voronezh Yaroslavl

Federal cities

Moscow St. Petersburg Sevastopol1

Autonomous oblast

Jewish

Autonomous okrugs

Chukotka Khanty-Mansi2 Nenets3 Yamalo-Nenets2

1Claimed by Ukraine
Ukraine
and considered by most of the international community to be part of Ukraine 2Administratively subordinated to Tyumen Oblast 3Administratively subordinated to Arkhangelsk Oblast

Internal additional non-constitutional divisions by different institutions

Economic regions (by Ministry of Economic Development) Military districts (by Ministry of Defence) Federal districts (by President) Judicial districts (by law "On ar

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