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Soviet
socialist
republic
population
(1989)
pop./
USSR pop.
(%)
area
(km²)
(1991)
area/
USSR area
(%)
pop.
density
km²
capital

independent
state
No.

map




Soviet Socialist Republics numbered by the Soviet constitution.png

Flag of Russian SFSR Russian SFSR 147,386,000 51.40 17,075,200 76.62 8.6 Moscow Flag of Russia.svg Russia 1
Flag of Ukrainian SSR Ukrainian SSR 51,706,746 18.03 603,700 2.71 85.6 Kiev Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine 2
Flag of Uzbekistan SSR Uzbekistan SSR 19,906,000 6.94 447,400 2.01 44.5 Tashkent Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan 4
Flag of Kazakhstan SSR Kazakhstan SSR 16,711,900 5.83 2,727,300 12.24 6.1 Almaty Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan 5
Flag of Belarusian SSR Belarusian SSR 10,151,806 3.54 207,600 0.93 48.9 Minsk Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus 3
Flag of Azerbaijan SSR Azerbaijan SSR 7,037,900 2.45 86,600 0.39 81.3 Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan 7
Flag of Georgian SSR Georgian SSR 5,400,841 1.88 69,700 0.31 77.5 Tbilisi Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia 6
Flag of Tajikistan SSR Tajikistan SSR 5,112,000 1.78 143,100 0.64 35.7 Dushanbe Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan 12
Flag of Moldovan SSR Moldovan SSR 4,337,600 1.51 33,843 0.15 128.2 Chişinău Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova 9
Flag of Kyrgyzstan SSR Kyrgyzstan SSR 4,257,800 1.48 198,500 0.89 21.4 Frunze Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyzstan 11
Flag of Lithuanian SSR Lithuanian SSR 3,689,779 1.29 65,200 0.29 56.6 Vilnius Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania 8
Flag of Turkmenistan SSR Turkmenistan SSR 3,522,700 1.23 488,100 2.19 7.2 Ashgabat Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmenistan 14
Flag of Armenian SSR Armenian SSR 3,287,700 1.15 29,800 0.13 110.3 Yerevan Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia 13
Flag of Latvian SSR Latvian SSR 2,666,567 0.93 64,589 0.29 41.3 Riga Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia 10
Flag of Estonian SSR Estonian SSR 1,565,662 0.55 45,226 0.20 34.6 Tallinn Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia 15

     due to the international justice an independent state, not belonged to the Soviet Union, which however had a status of the Soviet republic formally during the Soviet occupation[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]



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  6. European parliament: Resolution on the situation in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (No C 42/78) (1983). Official Journal of the European Communities. European Parliament. 
  7. Aust, Anthony (2005). Handbook of International Law. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0521530347. 
  8. Ziemele, Ineta (2005). State Continuity and Nationality: The Baltic States and Russia. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 90-04-14295-9.