Leningrad Oblast

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Saint Petersburg Leningrad Oblast, Kaluga Oblast and Kaliningrad Oblast. Under Putin as President and Premier, most of the world's largest


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and launched programs to attract foreign producers into the country. In late 2005, the government enacted legislation to create special economic zones (SEZ) with the aim of encouraging investments by foreign automotive companies. The benefits of operating in the special economic zones include tax allowances, abolishment of asset and land taxes and protection against changes in the tax regime. Some regions also provide extensive support for large investors (over $100 million.) These include


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in 1932 in the town of Syasstroy in the Leningrad (Leningrad Oblast) region. After graduating from the Institute of Physical Training in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) in 1954, Kukin worked as a figure skating coach in sports schools. In 1960, he participated in geological expeditions to Kamchatka and Pamir (Pamir Mountains). In 1777, it was elevated in status to that of an uyezd town of Pskov Viceroyalty and renamed from "Kholmsky Pogost" to "Kholm"


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River in the Podporozhsky (Podporozhsky District) and Lodeynopolsky Districts and further south in the Tikhvinsky District, in the Vytegorsky (Vytegorsky District), Babayevski (Babayevsky District) and Boksitogorsky Districts. http: www.regard-est.com home breve_contenu.php?id 1070 This category is about the ancient, historical, and geographic region of Karelia, the lands of the Karelian people. *Karelia


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in the Soviet victory in Kursk battle. * ''Operation "Concerto" (Soviet Operation Concert)'', September 19-November 1, 1943. "Concerto" http: glory.rin.ru cgi-bin event.pl?act more&id 33&place &name &word &ids &start 1&page 3 http: slonimtown.nm.ru konc.htm was a major operation of partisan formations against the railroad communications intended to disrupt the German reinforcements and supplies

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. * ''Operation "Rails War"'', August 3-September 15, 1943. A major operation of partisan formations against the railroad communications intended to disrupt the German reinforcements and supplies for the Battle of Kursk and later the Battle of Smolensk (Battle of Smolensk (1943)).place &name &word &ids &start 1&page 3

in the Soviet victory in Kursk battle. * ''Operation "Concerto" (Soviet Operation Concert)'', September 19-November 1, 1943. "Concerto" http: glory.rin.ru cgi-bin event.pl?act more&id 33&place &name &word &ids &start 1&page 3 http: slonimtown.nm.ru konc.htm was a major operation of partisan formations against the railroad communications intended to disrupt the German reinforcements and supplies

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the signed treaties by adopting ratification act, objected by Russia. The President of Estonia Arnold Rüütel announced them on 22 June 2005. As the preamble of the ratification act mentioned the Tartu peace treaty (Treaty of Tartu (Russian–Estonian)), Russia interpreted this as in theory giving Estonia a right to claim some territories of Pskov (Pskov Oblast) and Leningrad Oblast of Russia later. Izvestia: "Moscow dissolves the border treaty with Estonia" (in Russian) On 31 August 2005 Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a written order to the Russian Foreign Ministry to notify the Estonian side of “Russia’s intention not to participate in the border treaties between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Estonia". On 6 September 2005 the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation forwarded a note to Estonia, in which Russia informed that it did not intend to become a party to the border treaties between Estonia and Russia and did not consider itself bound by the circumstances concerning the object and the purposes of the treaties. To boost the market share of locally produced vehicles and support the Russia's automotive industry (Automotive industry in Russia), the government under Putin implemented several protectionist measures and launched programs to attract foreign producers into the country. In late 2005, the government enacted legislation to create special economic zones (SEZ) with the aim of encouraging investments by foreign automotive companies. The benefits of operating in the special economic zones include tax allowances, abolishment of asset and land taxes and protection against changes in the tax regime. Some regions also provide extensive support for large investors (over $100 million.) These include Saint Petersburg Leningrad Oblast, Kaluga Oblast and Kaliningrad Oblast. commons:category:Leningrad Oblast wikipedia:Leningrad Oblast


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. * ''Operation "Rails War"'', August 3-September 15, 1943. A major operation of partisan formations against the railroad communications intended to disrupt the German reinforcements and supplies for the Battle of Kursk and later the Battle of Smolensk (Battle of Smolensk (1943)).place &name &word &ids &start 1&page 3

in the Soviet victory in Kursk battle. * ''Operation "Concerto" (Soviet Operation Concert)'', September 19-November 1, 1943. "Concerto" http: glory.rin.ru cgi-bin event.pl?act more&id 33&place &name &word &ids &start 1&page 3 http: slonimtown.nm.ru konc.htm was a major operation of partisan formations against the railroad communications intended to disrupt the German reinforcements and supplies

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Leningrad Oblast

'''Leningrad Oblast''' ( ) is a federal subject (federal subjects of Russia) of Russia (an oblast). It was established on August 1, 1927, although it was not until 1946 that the oblast's borders had been mostly settled in their present position. The oblast was named after the city of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg (Saint Petersburg)).

The oblast overlaps the historic region of Ingria and is bordered by Finland in the northwest, Estonia in the west, as well as five federal subjects of Russia: the Republic of Karelia in the northeast, Vologda Oblast in the east, Novgorod Oblast in the south, Pskov Oblast in the southwest, and the federal city of Saint Petersburg in the west.

The first governor of Leningrad Oblast was Vadim Gustov (in 1996–1998). The current governor, since 2012, is Alexander Drozdenko.

The oblast has an area of The most populous town of the oblast is Gatchina, with 88,659 inhabitants (as of the 2002 Census). Leningrad Oblast is highly industrialized.

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