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Russian Standard Original Vodka, 700ml

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Smirnoff has its roots in Russia. Its distillery was founded by Pyotr Arsenievich Smirnov in Moscow in 1864. But after the Russian Revolution the brand was sold and moved to the USA, as vodka production in the then Soviet Union was nationalised. Now owned by Diageo, Smirnoff vodka is produced around the world, including the UK and Ireland, but not in Russia.

Medny Aleut language, an extinct mixed language that was spoken on Bering Island and is characterized by its Aleut nouns and Russian verbs The brand was introduced as the "Russian Standard" vodka in 1998 by the Russian Standard company of Roustam Tariko. a b "Can Russians from different parts of the country understand each other?". www.rbth.com . Retrieved February 16, 2020.Sussex, Roland; Cubberley, Paul (2006). The Slavic languages. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-22315-7.

Russian Standard vodka has been taken off sale “with immediate effect” as the brand is “overtly marketed as being Russian” and is produced in the country, a Co-op spokesman said. Article 17. Constitution of the Republic of Belarus". President.gov.by. May 11, 1998. Archived from the original on May 2, 2007 . Retrieved June 18, 2013. The following countries have adopted all or some of GOST standards in addition to their own, nationally developed standards: Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Georgia, and Turkmenistan. The political upheavals of the early 20th century and the wholesale changes of political ideology gave written Russian its modern appearance after the spelling reform of 1918. Political circumstances and Soviet accomplishments in military, scientific, and technological matters (especially cosmonautics), gave Russian a worldwide prestige, especially during the mid-20th century. [ citation needed]

Constitution of the Republic of South Ossetia]. August 11, 2009. Archived from the original on August 11, 2009 . Retrieved April 5, 2021. In Lithuania, Russian has no official or legal status, but the use of the language has some presence in certain areas. A large part of the population, especially the older generations, can speak Russian as a foreign language. [60] However, English has replaced Russian as lingua franca in Lithuania and around 80% of young people speak English as their first foreign language. [61] In contrast to the other two Baltic states, Lithuania has a relatively small Russian-speaking minority (5.0% as of 2008). [62] Main article: Geographical distribution of Russian speakers Hemisphere view of countries where Russian is an official language and countries where it is spoken as a first or second language by at least 30% of the population but is not an official language Competence of Russian in countries of the former Soviet Union (except Russia), 2004

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