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Encyclopedia > Russian people

Russians (Русские - Russkie) are an ethnic group of East Slavic people, which live primarily in Russia and neighboring countries.


Note: often the term Russian is used to refer to any citizen of Russia. In the Russian language there also exists additional recently revived politically correct word for denoting a person of any ethnicity that holds a Russian citizenship (Россиянин - Rossiyanin). Ethnic Russians make up about 80% of the population of Russia.

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