Adygei Republic

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Adygei Republic

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a constituent republic of SW Russia, bordering on the Caucasus Mountains: chiefly agricultural but with some mineral resources. Capital: Maikop. Pop.: 447 000 (2002). Area: 7600 sq. km (2934 sq. miles)
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In the republic of Adygea, Adygs and Russians are mutually complaining about each other.
Lying within Russia, it contains the republics of Chechnya, Kabardino-Balkaria, Alania (North Ossetia), Dagestan, Karachay-Cherkessia, and Adygea.
Subscribers in the Krasnodar territory and Adygea are the leaders in terms of mobile data consumption on Sky Link's network," said Michael Mochulsky, general director of Sky Link-Krasnodar.
15, Turkish citizens working at a store in the capital of the Republic of Adygea, Maykop, were arrested by police.
La Republica de Adygea es una de las mas pequenas de las entidades autonomas que forman parte de la Federacion de Rusia.
This litigation related primarily to the Company's interest in the Maykop field in the Republic of Adygea and the delivery of rigs and associated equipment.
Fountain Oil recently increased its effective interest in the Maykop Field in the Republic of Adygea, Russian Federation, from 31% to 37%, and we expect to ship drilling rigs and related equipment from the United States to Adygea shortly, in anticipation of the commencement of Maykop Field operations.
Member of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, a representative of the executive body of state power of the Republic of Adygea Oleg Seleznev met with students of the Maikop State Technological University (MSTU) during his work in the region.
Karachay-Cherkessia, and Adygea, where there are few Sufis and Islam
He indicated that the company expects to devote most of the net proceeds to projects involving the Maykop Field in the Republic of Adygea, Russian Federation, the Lelyaki Field in the Eastern Ukraine, and the Gorisht-Kocul Field in Albania.