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The Commonwealth of Independent States

The break-up of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics resulted in fundamental changes in the objectives of national economic, social and political development. These are being reflected in the transformation of the institutional structure of the economy, rapid growth in the private sector, conversion of the military industries and gradual integration of the former Soviet countries into the international economy, at both regional and worldwide levels. This transition to a market economy and democratic society in the countries now making up the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) is having a profound impact on their scientific communities, and science has become one of the prime concerns of their national policies.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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