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World Numbering Zone 7 - former USSR territory, including CIS nations




From: cmoore@ARL.MIL
Date: Wed, 10 May 95 12:45:25 EDT
Subject:  zone.7

DCCL - World Numbering Zone 7 - former USSR territory, including CIS nations
9 May 1995
Inquiries: contact cmoore@ARL.MIL or djcl@io.org
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7   Former Soviet Union (including republics in the Commonwealth of
    Independent States), before some republics changed codes. Many
    nations never recognized 1940 seizure of the Baltic republics,
    which are now using new country codes (see below).

    [If asterisk appears at end of line containing a 3-digit city code,
    add '22' or '2', respectively, before a 5 or 6 digit telephone number.
    Otherwise, add '00' or '0', respectively. This note was written 19
    Sept. 1990; later-arriving entries will be marked "&" if such add-on
    information is unknown.

    [31 Oct 1992: new information from OAG Travel Planner was found for
    these nations. Individual republics are listed now; any question mark
    after a republic name indicates that this is probably which country
    the code belongs to, but was not confirmed.

    [30 Apr 1993: some nations formerly in country code 7 now have service
    under new country codes. These are Lithuania (+370), Latvia (+371),
    Estonia (+372) and Moldova (+373), all in the European zone 3 (see
    that file for detailed listings of these nations).

    [27 Feb 1995: Belarus will use +375 and Ukraine +380 effective
    16 April 1995, as these nations withdraw from the +7 country code.
    Azerbaijan was assigned country code +994, but implementation
    appears to be limited (mentioned in BT's phone books in the UK).

    [29 Apr 1995:
    * Armenia changes to +374, effective 1 May 1995; permissive dialing
      with +7 until 1 July 1995.
    * Belarus +375 has permissive dialing with +7 until some unknown point
      in 1997.
    * Ukraine has permissive dialing with +7 for approximately six months
      following the 16 Apr 1995 activation of +380.
    * Georgia has been assigned +995; details of any changeover from +7
      are unknown at this point.]

        011    Kaliningrad, Russia * (01122)
        012    Lithuania [now +370]
        012 10 Birstonas, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 11 Ukmerge, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 14 Shauliai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 16 Skuodas, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 17 Svencionys, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 18 Plunge, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 19 Jonava, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 2  Vilnius, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 20 Birzai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 28 Raseinia, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 29 Ignalina, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 30 Moletai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 32 Sirvintos, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 33 Drusknikai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 35 Alytus, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 36 Palanga, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 37 Elektrienai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 38 Trakai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 39 Utena, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 40 Gargzdei, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 41 Silute, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 42 Vilkaviskis, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 43 Marijampole, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 46 Taurage, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 47 Sakiai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 48 Jurbarkas, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 49 Prienai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 50 Salcininkai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 51 Anyksciai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 54 Panevezys, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 56 Kaisiadorys, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 57 Kedainiai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 59 Nida, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 60 Varena, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 61 Klaipeda, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 68 Lazdijai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 7  Kaunas, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 70 Zarasai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 71 Pasvalys, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 78 Rokiskis, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 91 Pakruojis, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 92 Radviliskis, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 93 Mazeikiai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 94 Telsiai, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 95 N. Akmene, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 96 Joniskis, Lithuania [now in +370]
        012 97 Kelme, Lithuania [now in +370]
        013    Latvia [now +371]
        013 2  Riga, Latvia * [now +371 2]
        013 2  Olaine, Latvia [now +371 2]
        013 2  Sigulda, Latvia [now +371 2]
        013 30 Jelgava, Latvia [now +371 30]
        013 31 Tukums, Latvia [now +371 31]
        013 32 Talsi, Latvia [now +371 32]
        013 33 Kuldiga, Latvia [now +371 33]
        013 34 Aizpute, Liepaja (or Liepaya), Latvia [now +371 34]
        013 36 Ventspils, Latvia [now +371 36]
        013 38 Saldus, Latvia [now +371 38]
        013 39 Bauska, Latvia [now +371 39]
        013 40 Limbazi, Latvia [now +371 40]
        013 41 Cesis, Latvia [now +371 41]
        013 42 Valmiera, Latvia [now +371 42]
        013 43 Ainazi, Latvia [now +371 43] (Aluksne?)
        013 44 Gulbene, Latvia [now +371 44]
        013 45 Balvi, Latvia [now +371 45]
        013 46 Rezekne, Latvia [now +371 46]
        013 47 Valka, Latvia [now +371 47]
        013 48 Madona, Latvia [now +371 48]
        013 50 Ogre, Latvia [now +371 50]
        013 51 Aizkraukle, Latvia [now +371 51]
        013 52 Jekabpils, Latvia [now +371 52]
        013 53 Preili, Latvia [now +371 53]
        013 54 Daugavpils, Latvia [now +371 54]
        013 56 Kraslava, Latvia [now +371 56]
        013 57 Ludza, Latvia [now +371 57]
        013 62 Jurmala, Latvia [now +371 2, same as Riga]
        014    Estonia [now +372]
        014 2  Tallinn, Estonia * [now in +372]
        014 2  Harjus, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 30 Pylva, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 32 Rakvere, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 33 Kohtla Jerve, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 34 Tartu, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 35 Narva, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 37 Jigeva, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 38 Pajde, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 41 Vyru, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 42 Valga, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 43 Viljandis, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 44 Parnu, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 45 Kuresare, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 46 Kiardla, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 47 Hapsalu, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 48 Rapla, Estonia [now in +372]
        014 49 Silamiaje, Estonia [now in +372]
        015    Grodno, Belarus * (01522) [now in +375]
        015 11 Berestovitsa, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 12 Volkovysk, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 13 Svisloch, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 14 Shchuchin, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 15 Mosty, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 61 Lida, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 62 Slonim, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 63 Dyatlovo, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 64 Zelva, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 91 Ostrovets, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 91 Smorgon, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 93 Oshmyany, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 94 Voronovo, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 95 Ivje (Iwe), Belarus [now in +375]
        015 96 Korelichy, Belarus [now in +375]
        015 97 Novogrudok, Belarus [now in +375]
        016    Brest, Belarus * (01622) [now in +375]
        016 31 Kamenets, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 32 Pruzhany, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 33 Lyakhovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 34 Baranovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 41 Zhabinka, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 42 Kobrin (Kobrynsk), Belarus [now in +375]
        016 43 Bereza, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 44 Drogichin, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 45 Ivatsevichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 46 Gantsevchi, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 47 Luninets, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 51 Malorita, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 52 Ivanovo Brestsky, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 53 Pinsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        016 55 Stolin, Belarus [now in +375]
        017    Mensk (was Minsk), Belarus * (0172) [now in +375]
        017 10 Soligorsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 13 Pukhovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 14 Cherven, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 15 Berezino, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 16 Dzerzhinsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 17 Stolbtsy, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 18 Uzda, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 19 Kopyl, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 70 Nesvizh, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 71 Vilejka, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 72 Volozhin, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 73 Molodechno, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 74 Logojsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 75 Zhodino, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 76 Smolevichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 77 Borisov, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 79 Pleshchenitsy, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 92 Starye Dorogi, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 93 Kletsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 94 Luban, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 95 Slutsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 96 Krupki, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 97 Myadel, Belarus [now in +375]
        017 97 Naroch, Belarus [now in +375]
        021    Vitebsk, Belarus * (0212 or 02122) [now in +375]
        021 30 Shumilino, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 31 Beshenkovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 32 Lepel, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 33 Chashniki, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 35 Senno, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 36 Tolochin, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 37 Dubrovno, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 38 Liozno, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 39 Gorodok, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 44 Novopolotsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 44 Polotsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 51 Verkhnedvinsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 52 Miory (Miary k/Minska), Belarus [now in +375]
        021 53 Braslav, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 54 Sharkovshchina, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 55 Postavy, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 56 Glubokoe, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 57 Dokshitsy, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 58 Ushachi, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 59 Rossony, Belarus [now in +375]
        021 61 Orsha, Belarus [now in +375]
        022    Mogilev, Belarus * (02222) [now in +375]
        022 30 Glusk, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 31 Bykhov, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 32 Belynichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 33 Gorki, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 34 Krugloe, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 35 Osipovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 36 Klichev, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 37 Kirovsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 38 Krasnopolje, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 39 Shklov, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 40 Mstislavl, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 41 Krichev, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 42 Chausy, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 43 Cherikov, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 44 Klimovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 45 Kostyukovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 46 Slavgorod, Belarus [now in +375]
        022 51 Bobruysk, Belarus [now in +375]
        023    Gomel, Belarus * (0232 or 02322) [now in +375]
        023 30 Vetka, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 32 Chechersk, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 33 Dobrush, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 34 Zhlobin, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 36 Buda-Koshelevo, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 37 Korma, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 39 Rogachev, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 40 Rechitsa, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 42 Svetlogorsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 44 Bragin, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 45 Kalinkovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 46 Khojniki, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 47 Loev, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 50 Petrikov, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 51 Mozyr, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 53 Zhitkovichi, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 54 Elsk, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 55 Narovlya, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 56 Lelshitsy, Belarus [now in +375]
        023 57 Oktyabrsky, Belarus [now in +375]
        031    Uzhhorod (Uzhgorod), Ukraine (03100) [now in +380]
        032    Lviv (Lvov), Ukraine * (0322) [now in +380]
        033    Lutsk, Ukraine (03300) [now in +380]
        034    Ivano-Frankivsk (Ivano-Frankovsk), Ukraine * (0340 or 03400)
        035    Ternopil (Ternopol), Ukraine (0350 or 03500) [now in +380]
        036    Rivne (Rovno), Ukraine * [now in +380]
        037    Chernivtsi (Chernovtsi, Chernovtsy), Ukraine * (03700)
                   [now in +380]
        038    Khmelnytsky (Khmelnitskiy,Khmelnitski), Ukraine * (0380 or 03800)
                   [now in +380]
        041    Zhytomyr (Zhitomir), Ukraine (0410 or 04100) [now in +380]
        042    Moldova [now in +373]
        042    Kishinev, Moldova * (0422) [now in +373]
        042 30 Soroka, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 31 Beltsy, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 32 Bandery, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 33 Tiraspol, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 35 Orchejis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 38 Komratas, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 39 Kachulas, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 40 Grigoriopolis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 41 Cimislija, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 42 Stefan Vode, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 43 Keusenis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 44 Kelerasis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 46 Jedinecas, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 47 Bricenis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 48 Kriulenis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 49 Glodenis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 50 Florestis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 51 Dondusenis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 53 Vulkenestis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 56 Ryskanis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 58 Telenestis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 59 Felestis, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 61 Cadyr Lunga, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 62 Synzereja, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 63 Leovo, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 65 Anenji Nojus, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 70 Maksimovka, Moldova [now in +373]
        042 76 Paskanai, Moldova [now in +373]
        043    Vinnytsya (Vinnitsya), Ukraine * (0430 or 04300) [now in +380]
        044    Kyiv (Kyyiv, Kiev), Ukraine * [now in +380]
        046    Chernihiv (Chernigov), Ukraine * (04622) [now in +380]
        047    Cherkasy (Cherkassi, Cherkassy), Ukraine * (0472 or 04722)
                   [now in +380]
        047 35 Korsun-Schevchenkovski, Ukraine [now in +380]
        048    Odessa, Ukraine * (0482) [now in +380]
        048 49 Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky (Belgorod-Dnestrovskij), Ukraine
                   [now in +380]
        051    Mykolayiv (Nikolaev), Ukraine * (0510) [now in +380]
        052    Kirovohrad (Kirovograd), Ukraine * (05222) [now in +380]
        053    Poltava, Ukraine * (05322) [now in +380]
        054    Sumy (Sumi), Ukraine (05400) [now in +380]
        055    Kherson, Ukraine * (05500) [now in +380]
        056    Dnipropetrovsk (Dnepropetrovsk), Ukraine * (0562) [now in +380]
        056 4  Kryvy Rih (Krivoy Rog), Ukraine [now in +380]
        056 92 Dniprodzerzhynsk (Dneprodzerzhinsk), Ukraine [now in +380]
        057    Kharkiv (Kharkov), Ukraine * (0572) [now in +380]
        060    Yalta, Ukraine (0600) (what about 0654?) [now in +380]
        061    Zaporizhya (Zaporozhye), Ukraine * (0612, 06122) [now in +380]
        061 53 Berdyansk, Ukraine [now in +380]
        062    Donetsk, Ukraine * (0622) [now in +380]
        062 9  Mariupol, Ukraine [now in +380]
        064    Luhansk (Lugansk), Ukraine * (0642) (was Voroshilovograd)
                   [now in +380]
        065    Simferopol, Ukraine * (06522) [now in +380]
        065 4  Yalta, Ukraine (what about 0600?) [now in +380]
        065 54 Bakhchysaray (Bakhchisarai, Bakhchisaray), Ukraine
                   [now in +380]
        065 60 Alushta, Ukraine [now in +380]
        065 61 Kerch, Ukraine [now in +380]
        065 62 Feodosiya, Ukraine [now in +380]
        065 64 Dzhankoy, Ukraine [now in +380]
        069    Sevastopol (or Sebastapol, Sebastopol), Ukraine (0690)
                   [now in +380]
        071    Kursk, Russia * (07100)
        072    Belgorod, Russia * (07222)
        072 52 Stary Oskol
        073    Voronezh, Russia * (0732)
        073 50 Bobrov
        074    Lipetsk, Russia? (0740)
        075    Tambov, Russia * (07522)
        075 45 Michurinsk
        081    Smolensk, Russia (08100)
        082    Tver (former Kalinin), Russia? * (08222)
        082 33 Vyshni Volochek
        083    Bryansk, Russia * (08322)
        084    Kaluga, Russia * (08422)
        084 39 Obninsk
        085    Yaroslavl, Russia *  (or 0852, from Kyiv 1992 book)
        085 32 Uglich
        085 35 Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia
        085 36 Rostov, Russia
        085 37 Rybinsk (former Andropov), Russia
        086    Orel, Russia (0860 or 08600)
        087    Tula, Russia * (0872)
        091    Ryazan, Russia (0912)
        092    Vladimir, Russia * (09222)
        092 31 Suzdal, Russia
        092 32 Kovrov
        092 34 Murom
        093    Ivanovo, Russia * (09322)
        093 31 Kineshma
        094    Kostroma, Russia? * (09422)
        095    Moscow (Moskva), Russia (treated as a republic because of size)
        096    Moscow (Moskva), Russia cellular mobile
        301    Ulan-Ude, Russia * (30122)
        302    Chita, Russia * (30222)
        310    Dzhezkazgan * (31022)
        311    Uralsk, Kazakhstan * (31122)
        312    Guryev, Kazakhstan *
        313    Aktyubinsk (31300)
        314    Kustanai (or Kustanay), Kazakhstan * (31422)
        315    Petropavlovsk (31500)
        316    Kokchetav, Kazakhstan * (3162 or 31622)
        317    Tsilinograd (or Tselinograd), Kazakhstan? * (3172 or 31722)
        321    Karaganda, Kazakhstan (3210 or 32100)
        322    Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan *
        323    Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan * (3232 or 32322)
        325    Chimkent, Kazakhstan *
        326    Dzhambul (or Djambul), Kazakhstan * (3262 or 32622)
        327    Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan * (3272)
        331    Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan * (was Frunze)
        332    Osh, Kyrgyzstan *
        337    Dushanbe, Tajikistan *
        337 38 Nurek, Tajikistan
        337 44 Kurgan-Tyube, Tajikistan
        341    Izhevsk (was Ustinov), Russia * (34122)
        341 41 Glazov
        341 45 Votkinsk
        341 47 Sarapul
        342    Perm, Russia * (3422)
        342 42 Berezniki
        342 53 Solikamsk
        343    Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk), Russia * (3432)
        343 51 Nizhni Tagil
        345    Tyumen, Russia * (34522)
        347    Ufa, Russia * (3472)
        351    Chelyabinsk, Russia * (3512)
        351 37 Magnitogorsk, Russia
        352    Kurgan, Russia * (35222)
        353    Orenburg, Russia (35300)
        360    Tashauz, Turkmenistan *
        361    Nukus, Uzbekistan * (36122)
        362    Urgench
        363    Ashkhabad, Turkmenistan * (36300)
        365    Bukhara, Uzbekistan * (36522)
        366    Samarkand, Uzbekistan * (36622)
        367    Gulistan, Uzbekistan? * (36722)
        369    Namangan, Uzbekistan * (36922)
        370    Mary, Turkmenistan *
        371    Tashkent, Uzbekistan * (3712)
        372    Dzhizak, Uzbekistan? * (37222)
        373    Fergana, Uzbekistan * (37322)
        374    Andizhan, Uzbekistan * (37422)
        375    Karshi, Uzbekistan * (37522)
        376    Termez, Uzbekistan? (near Turkmenistan border) (37622)
        377    Dushanbe, Tadzhikstan * (3772)
        379    Khudzhand
        381    Omsk, Russia * (3812)
        382    Tomsk, Russia * (3822 or 38222)
        383    Novosibirsk (or Novossibirsk), Russia * (3832)
        383 41 Berdsk
        384    Kemerovo, Russia * (38422)
        385    Barnaul, Russia * (3852)
        385 38 Biysk
        391    Krasnoyarsk, Russia * (3912)
        394    Kizil (or Kyzyl?) * (39422)
        395    Irkutsk, Russia * (3952)
        395 18 Angarsk
        395 31 Bratsk
        411    Yakutsk, Russia * (41122)
        413    Magadan, Russia (41300)
        415    Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski, Russia (41500)
        416    Blagoveshchensk, Russia * (41622)
        421    Khabarovsk, Russia (4210 or 42100)
        423    Vladivostok, Russia (42300)
        424    Juzhno-Sakhalinsk (or Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk), Russia? (42400)
        436    Navoi * (43622)
        501    Sovintel network in Moscow
        502    Combellga network
        503    Comstar network
        811    Pskov, Russia * (81122)
        811 53 Velikie Luki
        812    St Petersburg, Russia (name changed 1991 from Leningrad)
        812 63 Volkhov
        812 78 Vyborg
        814    Petrozavodsk, Russia (81400)
        815    Murmansk, Russia * (8150 or 81500)
        816    Novgorod, Russia (8160 or 81600)
        817    Vologda, Russia * (81722)
        817 36 Cherepovets
        818    Arkhangelsk, Russia (81800)
        821    Siktivkar (or Syktyvkar), Russia? * (82122)
        821 47 Ukhta
        821 51 Vorkuta
        831    Nizhni(i) Novgorod (was Gorky or Gorki), Russia * (8312)
        831 47 Arzamas
        833    Vyatka (formerly Kirov), Russia (83300) (or 8332, Kyiv '92 book)
        834    Saransk, Russia * (8342 or 83422)
        835    Cheboksari (or Cheboksary), Russia (8350)
        836    Ioshkar-Ola, Russia? * (83622)
        841    Penza, Russia * (8412)
        842    Simbirsk (formerly Ulyanovsk), Russia * (84222)
        842 35 Dimitrovgrad
        843    Kazan, Russia * (8432)
        843 12 Almetyevsk
        843 53 Nizhnekamsk
        843 9  Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia
        844    Volgograd, Russia * (8442) (was once Stalingrad)
        845    Saratov, Russia * (8452)
        845 70 Balakovo
        846    Samara (was Kuibishev or Kuybyshev), Russia * (8462)
        846 35 Novokuybyshevsk
        847    Elista, Russia? * (84722)
        848    Tolyatti, Russia &  [see Note 3 below]
        851    Astrakhan, Russia * (85100)
        855    Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia &
        861    Krasnodar, Russia * (8612)
        861 34 Novorossijsk (or Novorossiysk), Russia
        861 37 Armavir
        862    Sochi, Russia * (8620)
        863    Rostov-na-Donu (or Rostov-on-Don), Russia * (8632)
        863 42 Azov
        863 44 Taganrog, Russia
        863 52 Novocherkassk, Russia
        865    Stavropol, Russia * (86522)
        865 31 Mineralnye Vody, Russia
        865 37 Kislovodsk, Russia
        866    Nalchik, Russia (86600)
        867    Vladikarkaz (formerly Ordzhonikidze), Russia * (86722)
        867    Vladikarkaz, Russia *
        871    Groznii (or Grozny), Russia * (87122)
        872    Makhachkala, Russia (8720 or 87200)
        874    Andizhan, Uzbekistan *
        879    Pyatigorsk, Russia (8790 or 87900)
        881    Sukhumi, Georgia * (88122) [may change to +995]
        882    Batumi, Georgia (88200) [may change to +995]
        883    Tbilisi, Georgia * (8832) [may change to +995]
        883 31 Kutaisi, Georgia [may change to +995]
        885    Erevan (or Yerevan), Armenia * (8852) [now in +374]
        885 69 Kumayri or Giumri (former Leninakan), Armenia [now in +374]
        892    Baku, Azerbaijan * (8922) [may change to +994]
        892 64 Sumgait, Azerbaijan [may change to +994]
        895    Gyandzha, Azerbaijan * [may change to +994]

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Note 1 (courtesy Jason Childers, notes added in brackets where new
        codes were found):

Date: 26 Feb 92 11:50:00 EST
From: childeja@UDAVXB.OCA.UDAYTON.EDU (Jason Childers)
Subject: Name Game in the CIS

Now that the Soviet Union (USSR, CCCP) is non-existent, the republics
have decided to change the names of some of their cities back to their
pre-Soviet titles.  Here is a list of names which {Time Magazine}
published last month, some of which are stated in the Telecom Archives
file ZONE.7 as having city codes:

[notice 2 occurrences of Ordzhonikidze, in Russia and in Georgia]

Old name                        New Name                Code

Leninakan, Armenia              Kumayri or Giumri       7 885 69
Kirovabad, Azerbaijan           Gyandzha                7 895
Minsk, Byelorussia              Mensk, Belarus          7 017   %%
Gegechkori, Georgia             Martvili
Makharadze, Georgia             Ozurgeti
Ordzhonikidze, Georgia          Kharagouli
Tsakhaya, Georgia               Senaki
Tsulukidze, Georgia             Khoni
Frunze, Kirghizia               Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan     7 331
Rybachye, Kirghizia             Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan
Moldavia                        Moldova
Andropov, Russia                Rybinsk                 7 085 37
Brezhnev, Russia                Naberezhnye Chelny      7 843 9, 7 855
Chernenko, Russia               Sharypovo
Georgiu-Dezh, Russia            Liski
Gorky, Russia                   Nizhni(i) Novgorod      7 831
Kirov, Russia                   Vyatka                  7 833
Kuibyshev, Russia               Samara                  7 846
Kalinin                         Tver                    7 082
Leningrad, Russia               St Petersburg           7 812
Ordzhonikidze, Russia           Vladikarkaz             7 867
Sverdlovsk, Russia              Yekaterinburg           7 343
Ustinov, Russia                 Izhevsk                 7 341
Voroshilovgrad, Russia          Lugansk                [7 064?]
Zagorsk, Russia                 Sergiev Posad           7 254
Lvov, The Ukraine               Lviv, Ukraine           7 032    %%
Voroshilovgrad, The Ukraine     Lugansk, Ukraine        7 064    %%
Zhdanov, The Ukraine            Mariupol, Ukraine       7 062 9  %%
[added by CGM from another source:]
Ulyanovsk, Russia               Simbirsk                7 842

Any edits and amendments would be appreciated.

Does anybody know if Kaliningrad (the little oblast north of Poland
and west of either Estonia or Lithuania (sorry, don't have a map next
to me) is going back to being known as Ko:ningsberg?

Jason Childers <childeja@udavxb.oca.udayton.edu>

[%% - Feb. 1995 - new country codes will be used in Belarus (+375) and
Ukraine (+380) effective 16 April 1995 - old +7 codes will be changed.]

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Note 2:

(courtesy Carl Moore)

These change only a vowel (mind you, Russian uses the Cyrillic
alphabet instead of the one we use).  How does this compare to
the changes such as Peking-to-Beijing in China?
Minsk --> Mensk
Lvov --> Lviv

I also notice Kirghizia --> Kyrgyzstan.  Nit-picking change
in the "Kirghiz" spelling; yes, I also see the "ia" and "stan"
endings.

Kaliningrad (Ko:nigsberg being the name it had when part of
East Prussia in Germany) is in an enclave which is part of
the Russian republic but which borders Poland and Lithuania
(you have to go through Lithuania and Byelorussia, now called
Belarus, to reach the rest of the Russian republic).

Yekaterinburg (see notes below regarding Sverdlovsk) has also
been spelled without the leading Y; I'm sure this is due to
transliteration from the Cyrillic alphabet.

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Note 3:

Tolyatti (+7 848), also spelled Toliatti, is apparently named for former
Italian Communist party leader Palmiro Togliatti(?). This name may have
been changed, as is known to have happened to many other cities named for
Communists (and not just in the former USSR):

Leningrad, Russia
Stalingrad, Russia
 (became Volgograd long ago in "de-Stalinization" program under Khrushchev)
Andropov, Russia
Brezhnev, Russia
Chernenko, Russia
Kalinin, Russia
Sverdlovsk, Russia
 (became Yekaterinburg, the name it had before the Bolshevik revolution
 and when deposed Tsar Nicholas II and his family were murdered there in
 1918; according to "Nicholas and Alexandra", Jacob Sverdlov headed the
 Soviet cabinet and arranged those murders)
Ulyanovsk, Russia (Ulyanov was Lenin's real last name)
Leninakan, Armenia
Karl-Marx-Stadt (became Chemnitz), in the former East Germany
Wilhelm-Pieck-Stadt (became Guben), in the former East Germany
Titograd (became Podgorica), in the former Yugoslavia
Gottwaldov (became Zlin), in the former Czechoslovakia



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