Izvestia

izvestia

What does Izvestia stand for?

Founded in 1917, it was a newspaper of record in the Soviet Union until its dissolution in 1991. The word izvestiya in Russian means bring news or tidings, herald (an official messenger bringing news), derived from the verb izveshchat (to inform, to notify).

What is the Izvestya newspaper?

After the Second All-Union Congress of Soviets, Izvestia became an official newspaper of the Soviet government (Central Executive Committee of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union and Sovnarkom ). Old Izvestya logo. It uses two letters that are no longer used in the Russian language (see Reforms of Russian orthography ).

What is the Izvestia Trophy?

The Izvestia Trophy ice hockey tournament was named after the newspaper between 1969 and 1996. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Izvestia now describes itself as a national newspaper of Russia.

What is the difference between Pravda and Izvestia?

During the Soviet period, while Pravda served as the official mouthpiece of the Communist Party, Izvestia expressed the official views of the Soviet government as published by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

What does Izvestia Izvestiya mean?

Freebase (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: Izvestia Izvestia is a long-running high-circulation daily broadsheet newspaper in Russia. It was a newspaper of record in the Soviet Union from 1917 until the dissolution of the USSR in 1991. The word izvestiya in Russian means delivered messages, derived from the verb izveshchat.

What does Isvestia stand for?

The full name was Izvestiya Sovetov Narodnykh Deputatov SSSR (in Russian, Известия Советов народных депутатов СССР, the Reports of Soviets of Peoples Deputies of the USSR ). The Izvestia Trophy ice hockey tournament was named after the newspaper between 1969 and 1996.

Why is the Izvestia Trophy named after the newspaper?

The Izvestia Trophy ice hockey tournament was named after the newspaper between 1969 and 1996. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Izvestia now describes itself as a national newspaper of Russia. The newspaper was owned by a vast holding company of Vladimir Potanin which had close ties with the government.

What is the difference between Pravda and Izvestia?

During the Soviet period, while Pravda served as the official mouthpiece of the Communist Party, Izvestia expressed the official views of the Soviet government as published by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

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