RUSSIA

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food

For breakfast they have hot porridge and fried or boiled eggs. it did not say what they eat for lunch. For dinner they have three dishes. Supper will depend on how big dinner was. It could be dairy products or vegetable pie, sandwiches. They all so like smoked salmon and caviar. The Russian also eat pickled vegetables. Like green onions, potatoes, radishes and different kinds of berries. In the winter the Russian's have potatoes stored in their basements. They really love potatoes and meat to go with it. In the winter they really need fresh fruits and vegetables because you do not get a lot of vitamins during the winter. They also have french, Chinese, and Japanese to go with it. The Russian's also copy the hamburgers from USA.The most popular dish is shashliki that is made out of a ether chicken or any other meat of your choice. Then you soak in a mixture of vinger and water. Then you grill it. You have to know what you are doing because you can get sick form it. The men usually make the meat. They also like ice cream.pickles.jpeg


language pickles

  • Russian is the country's official language. It uses the Cyrillic alphabet (rather than the Latin one used by most Western countries), and contains 33 letters. However, the 120 or so nationalities of the Commonwealth of Independent States speak about 48 other languages. Those of Slavic origin (i.e. Russians, Ukrainians and Belorussians) account for approximately 75% of the total population.


    In Moscow or St Peters-burg it is not uncommon to find Russians who speak European languages, especially English.

  • The language they speak is Russian.

population

  • 138,739,892 (July 2011 est.)

Tradition
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Clothing

  • Traditional Russian clothing was designed to empathize Russian woman's inner dignity and emotional restraint. Russian costumes are not only beautiful, there are also convenient in wearing because they were created for work without restricting freedom of movement. Festive clothes and everyday clothes, married woman's and young girl's clothes differed only for details, decoration, color gamut. The variety of colors for traditional costume displays love for beauty and ethnic diversity. Red fabric cloth was considered to be the nattiest one, and, by the way, the Russian word "beautiful" comes from the word "krasny", the Russian for "red".

major city Moscow

Moscow is the most popular city in Russia .The city is a major political, economic, cultural, scientific, religious, financial, educational, and transportation center of Russia and the continent. Its population, according to the preliminary results of the 2010 census, is 11,514,300. They have more billionaires in Moscow than New york city. The city is served by an extensive transit network, which includes four international airports, nine railroad terminals, and the Moscow Metro, second only to Tokyo in terms of ridership and recognize as one of the city's landmarks due to the rich and varied architecture of its 182 stations. Moscow in Russian means гра́д Моско́в, literally "the city by the Moskva River".

Russia's exports

  • weapons or nuclear weapons Russia's exports0
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  • other minerals

  • Gas

  • crude oil

  • Metals

  • precious stones

  • Machinery

  • equipment



military

the definition for spetsnaz is Russian special purpose regiments or Spetsnaz, Specnaz (Войска специального назначения, (спецназ, ) tr: Voyska spetsialnogo naznacheniya; ) is a general term for "special forces" in Russian.

what they do?

The spetsnaz do everything the American special ops do. Like sabotage, assassination, protection. The spetsnaz is controlled by the Russian military intel service. They are even the Emergency Situations Ministry special rescue unit. When it there is peace the spetsnaz carry out reconnaissance and "social warfare" missions.The primary function of Spetsnaz troops in wartime was infiltration/insertion behind enemy lines (either in uniform or civilian clothing), usually well before hostilities were scheduled to begin and, once in place, to commit acts of sabotage (such as the destruction of vital NATO communications logistics centers) and the assassination of key government leaders and military officers. According to Vladimir Rezun, a GRU defector who used the pseudonym "Viktor Suvorov", there were 20 Spetsnaz brigades plus 41 separate companies. Thus, the total strength of Spetsnaz forces was around 30,000 troops at the time. Currently, their numbers are around 15,000. a spetsnaz team[below] spetsnaz.jpeg