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1) Russian Far East
Russian Far East (Russian: Дальний Восток России, tr. Dal’niy Vostok Rossii; IPA: [ˈdalʲnʲɪj vɐˈstok rɐˈsʲii]) is a term that refers to the Russian part of the Far East, i.e., extreme east parts of Russia, between Lake Baikal in Eastern Siberia and the Pacific Ocean. The Far Eastern Federal District, which covers this area, borders with the Siberian Federal District in the west.
2) Far East
The Far East is a term (with equivalents in various other languages of Europe and Asia, Chinese 遠東 yuǎn dōng literally translating to "far east") mostly describing East Asia (including the Russian Far East) and Southeast Asia, with South Asia sometimes also included for economic and cultural reasons.
According to the 2002 Census, Far Eastern Federal District had a population of 6,692,865.
Ethnic Russians and Ukrainians make up the majority of the population.
75% of the population is urban. The largest cities are (all population figures are as of the 2002 Census):
Vladivostok (pop. 617,500)
Khabarovsk (pop. 587,000)
Komsomolsk-on-Amur (pop. 281,035)
Blagoveshchensk (pop. 219,221)
Yakutsk (pop. 210,642)
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (pop. 198,028)
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (pop. 177,682)
Nakhodka (pop. 177,133)
Ussuriysk (pop. 157,759)
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