Chiân So͘-liân Kok-ka

Chiân So͘-liân kok-ka (Hàn-jī: 前蘇聯國家), mā ē-sái kiò-chò Āu So͘-liân kok-ka (Hàn-jī: 後蘇聯國家; Eng-gí: Post-Soviet states), sî 1991 nî So͘-liân pang-hoài liáu-āu, 15 ê chú-khoân to̍k-li̍p ê kok-ka. In pún-té lóng sī So͘-liân ê kò͘-sêng kiōng-hô-kok.

1990 nî Baltic Tē-khu ê 3 ê kiōng-hô-kok, Lietuva, Latvia, Estonia, sut-sian sêng-kong hoe-ho̍k to̍k-li̍p, jiân-āu chhun ê 12 kok mā sio-liân-sòa lâi soan-pò͘ to̍k-li̍p. Chia ê 12 kok āu-lâi chò-hóe sêng-li̍p To̍k-li̍p Kok-ka Cho͘-ha̍p (CIS), m̄-kò siōng chá to̍k-li̍p ê Baltic Hái 3 kok boài ka-ji̍p CIS, khiok-sī sī ka-ji̍p Au-bêng kap NATO téng-téng ê cho͘-chit, ka-kiông in kap Sai Au-chiu ê koan-hē.

Tô͘ tiong sò͘-jī só͘ tāi-piáu ê Chiân So͘-liân kok-ka:

Lia̍t-tōaⁿSiu-kái

Ē-sái àn-chiàu tē-lí hun-khu kā chit 15 ê Chiân So͘-liân kok-ka hun-chò 5 ê pō͘-hūn:

Hun-khu Kok-ka
Lō͘-se-a  Lō͘-se-a
Baltic Hái 3 kok  Latvia,  Lietuva,  Estonia
Tang-au 3 kok  Belarus Moldova,  Ukraina
Lâm Caucasus 3 kok  Azerbaijan,  Armenia,  Gruzia
Tiong-a 5 kok  Kazakhstan,  Kyrgyzstan,  Tajikistan Turkmenistan,  Uzbekistan

Pí-kàu-bióSiu-kái

Ē-bīn ê bió sī beh pí-kàu 15 ê Chiân So͘-liân kok-ka ê ki-pún chu-liāu.

Tē-khu Kok-miâ Kok-kî Kok-hui Siú-to͘ To̍k-li̍p-ji̍t

(nî/goe̍h/ji̍t)

Bīn-chek[1] Jîn-kháu Jîn-kháu bi̍t-tō͘ Pī-chù
km2 mi2 lâng/km2 lâng/mi2
Tang Au-chiu Lō͘-se-a
(Lō͘-se-a Liân-pang)
Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation.svg Bo̍k-su-kho 1991/12/12 17,098,242 6,601,668 146,748,590 9 23 [2][3][4][5]
Ukraina Coat of arms of Ukraine.svg Kyiv 1991/08/24 577,528 222,985 41,762,138 72 186 [6][7]
Belarus
(Belarus Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Belarus (2020–present).svg Minsk 1991/12/10 207,600 80,155 9,452,000 46 119 [8][9]
Moldova
(Moldova Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Moldova.svg Chișinău 1991/08/27 33,843 13,067 2,681,735 79 205 [10][11]
Tiong A-chiu Uzbekistan
(Uzbekistan Kiōng-hô-kok)
Emblem of Uzbekistan.svg Tashkent 1991/08/31 444,103 171,469 34,588,900 76 197 [12][13]
Kazakhstan
(Kazakhstan Kiōng-hô-kok)
Emblem of Kazakhstan latin.svg Nursultan 1991/12/16 2,724,900 1,052,090 18,448,000 7 18 [14][15]
Kyrgyzstan
(Kyrgyz Kiōng-hô-kok)
National emblem of Kyrgyzstan 2016.svg Bishkek 1991/08/31 199,945 77,199 6,523,500 33 85 [16][17]
Tajikistan
(Tajikistan Kiōng-hô-kok)
Emblem of Tajikistan.svg Dushanbe 1991/09/09 143,100 55,251 9,121,600 64 166 [12][18]
Turkmenistan
(Turkmenistan Kiōng-hô-kok)
Emblem of Turkmenistan.svg Ashgabat 1991/10/27 491,210 189,657 5,240,000 11 28 [19][20]
Lâm Caucasus Gruzia
(Gruzia Kiōng-hô-kok)
Greater coat of arms of Georgia.svg Tbilisi 1991/04/09 69,700 26,911 3,723,000 53 137 [12][21]
Azerbaijan
(Azerbaijan Kiōng-hô-kok)
Emblem of Azerbaijan.svg Baku 1991/08/30 86,600 33,436 9,981,400 115 298 [22][23]
Armenia
(Armenia Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Armenia.svg Yerevan 1991/09/21 29,743 11,484 2,965,000 100 259 [24][25]
Baltic Tē-khu Lithuania
(Lithuania Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Lithuania.svg Vilnius 1990/03/11 65,300 25,212 2,794,000 43 111 [12][26]
Latvia
(Latvia Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Latvia.svg Riga 1990/05/04 64,562 24,928 1,907,675 30 78 [12][27]
Estonia
(Estonia Kiōng-hô-kok)
Coat of arms of Estonia.svg Tallinn 1990/05/08 45,339 17,505 1,329,000 29 75 [28][29]
Chiân So͘-liân ê chóng-hô 22,307,815 8,613,096 296,582,638 9 23 [30]

Keng-chèSiu-kái

List of the present gross domestic product (GDP) (figures are given in 2021 United States dollars for the year 2021 according to IMF)

No. Country Nominal

Billions USD

Nominal

per capita USD

PPP

billions USD

PPP

per capita USD

1 Russia 1,710 11,654 4,140 28,180
2 Ukraine 164 3,984 561 13,440
3 Belarus 61 6,487 189 19,940
4 Uzbekistan 61 1,775 245 7,370
5 Kazakhstan 188 9,828 509 27,290
6 Georgia 16 4,361 58 15,630
7 Azerbaijan 50 4,883 150 15,080
8 Lithuania 62 22,245 107 38,590
9 Moldova 12 4,638 36 13,440
10 Latvia 38 19,824 61 32,010
11 Kyrgyzstan 7 1,123 35 5,520
12 Tajikistan 8 810 33 3,540
13 Armenia 12 4,125 42 14,180
14 Turkmenistan 54 9,032 96 16,430
15 Estonia 35 26,470 51 38,540

Chèng-tīSiu-kái

Kin-kì Chū-iû-chi-ka 2021 nî ê pò-kò, Chiân So͘-liân kok-ka ê chèng-tī chū-iû têng-tô͘ lia̍t-siá tī ē-bīn:

Chham-kiànSiu-kái

Chham-khóSiu-kái

  1. Bīn-chek pau-koat lio̍k-tē kap chúi-e̍k.
  2. Lō͘-se-a Liân-pang chū-chiông chhiam Belavezha Hia̍p-gī, tiō túi So͘-liân sū-si̍t to̍k-li̍p--chhut-lâi. After the Almaty Protocol, So͘-liân tī Liân-ha̍p-kok ê hōe-oân chu-keh.
  3. 2018 nî 1 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  4. "Official estimate". 
  5. Pau-koat Ukraine só͘ chú-tiuⁿ ê niá-thó͘ Crimea kap Sevastopol.
  6. 2014 nî 4 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  7. "Population as of April 1, 2014. Average annual populations January-March 2014". www.ukrstat.gov.ua. 
  8. 2014 nî 7 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  9. "Demographic situation in Half-Year 2014". July 29, 2014. goân-loē-iông tī 2014-07-29 hőng khó͘-pih. 
  10. 2017 nî 1 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  11. Statistică, Biroul Naţional de. "// Populaţia și procesele demografice". statistica.gov.md. 
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 2014 nî 1 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  13. "Государственный комитет Республики Узбекистан по статистике - Демографические данные". goân-loē-iông tī 23 July 2014 hőng khó͘-pih.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  14. 2014 nî 2 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  15. Monthly official estimate
  16. 2015 nî ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  17. "Official estimate". 
  18. "Statistical Agency under President of the Republic of Tajikistan". March 6, 2012. goân-loē-iông tī 2012-03-06 hőng khó͘-pih. 
  19. 2013 nî 7 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  20. Liân-ha̍p-kok kó͘-kè.
  21. "საქართველოს სტატისტიკის ეროვნული სამსახური". www.geostat.ge. 
  22. 2013 nî 12 goe̍h 31 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  23. Official estimate
  24. 2012 nî ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  25. Official estimate
  26. "Number of persons by month - Database of Indicators - data and statistics". August 19, 2010. goân-loē-iông tī 2010-08-19 hőng khó͘-pih. 
  27. "Population - Key Indicators | Latvijas statistika". June 28, 2013. goân-loē-iông tī 2013-06-28 hőng khó͘-pih. 
  28. 2015 nî 1 goe̍h 1 hō ê jîn-kháu chu-liāu.
  29. "Official estimate". 
  30. https://www.marxists.org/history/ussr/government/1946/population.pdf