Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States
   (CIS)
   A loose confederation of states formerly in the Soviet Union.

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  • Commonwealth of Independent States —   [ kɔmənwelθ əv ɪndɪ pendənt steɪts, englisch], Abkürzung CIS, Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Commonwealth of Independent States — a loose confederation of countries that were part of the U.S.S.R.: it includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan: abbrev. CIS …   English World dictionary

  • Commonwealth of Independent States — CIS redirects here. For other uses, see CIS (disambiguation). Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Содружество Независимых Государств (СНГ) Sodruzhestvo Nezavisimykh Gosudarstv (SNG) …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States — an alliance of former Soviet republics formed in December 1991, including: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Abbr.: C …   Universalium

  • Commonwealth of Independent States — (CIS)    Intergovernmental organization. In the wake of the August Coup of 1991, the leaders of the union republics, excluding the Baltic States and Georgia, strove to preserve some aspects of the union that had bound their countries together… …   Historical Dictionary of the Russian Federation

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup — For the Scottish competition also known as the CIS Cup, see Scottish League Cup. CIS Cup logo. The Commonwealth of Independent States Cup (Russian: Кубок чемпионов Содружества, Кубок Содружества, Кубок чемпионов содружества стран СНГ и Балтии) is …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 1993 — The 1993 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was the first edition of this competition. It was won by Spartak Moscow after winning easily Belarusian side Dinamo Minsk, then named Belarus Minsk , in the final. Spartak would eventually win the… …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 2007 — The 2007 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was the fifteenth edition of the competition and took place in Moscow beginning January 20. The final took take place in the Olimpiyski Sport Complex on January 28, and was won by Uzbek side… …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 1994 — The second edition of the Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was won by Spartak Moscow. Dynamo Moscow played hors concours since Ukraine boycotted once again the competition.Group stageGroup AGroup D …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 1995 — The 1995 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was once again easily won by Spartak Moscow; it was their third title in a row. Victories were awarded three points and Ukraine sent a team to play the competition for the first time.Group… …   Wikipedia

  • Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 1996 — The 1996 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was won by Dynamo Kyiv in their first participation in the competition, while Omari Tetradze (Alania Vladikavkaz) was honoured with the Best player award. The two top teams of each group progressed… …   Wikipedia

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