Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

The Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Tuvan ASSR; _ru. Тувинская АССР; _ty. Тыва Автономнуг Совет Социалистиг Республика "Tyva Avtonomnug Sovet Socialistig Respublika") was an autonomous republic of the Soviet Union. It was created on October 10 1961 from the Tuvan Autonomous Oblast. On 31 March 1992, its successor, the Tuva Republic, became a constituent member of the Russian Federation.

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