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Ruslan ChagaevDinara Safina
Şihabetdin MärcaniPyotr Gavrilov
Gabdulkhay AkhatovTimati
Diniyar BilyaletdinovĞabdulla Tuqay

Àpapọ̀ iye oníbùgbé
10,000,000 [1]
Regions with significant populations
 Russia 5,554,601 [2]
 Uzbekistan 1,250,000 [3]
 Kazakhstan 400,000
 Ukraine 350,000
 Tajikistan 200,000 [4]
 Kyrgyzstan 140,000 [5]
 Turkmenistan 60,000 [6]
 Azerbaijan 30,000 [7]
 Romania 23,000 [8]
 Belarus 15,000 [9]
 United States 10,000 [10]
 China 8,000 [11]
 Finland 800 [12]
 Georgia 4,000 [13]
 Moldova 3,500 [14]
 Poland 3,000
 Lithuania 3,000 [15]
 Latvia 3,000 [16]
 Estonia 2,500 [17]
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