6.216 million km²
| May 18, 2000|
6.293 million (2010)
| Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk|
Amur Khabarovsk, Admiral Vladivostok
Zolotoy Rog, Bolshoy Ussuriysky Island, Valley of Geysers, Lake Khanka, Mount Kholodilnik
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The Far Eastern Federal District (Russian: Дальневосто́чный федера́льный о́круг, Dalnevostochny federalny okrug) is the largest of the eight federal districts of Russia but the least populated, with a population of 6,293,129 (74.8% urban) according to the 2010 Census. The entire federal district lies within the easternmost part of Asia and covers the territory of the Russian Far East.
Far Eastern Federal District Wikipedia
The Far Eastern Federal District was established on May 18, 2000 by President Vladimir Putin and is currently being governed by presidential envoy Yury P. Trutnev.
There are 66 cities in the Far Eastern Federal District, and 12 cities have population over 75,000.
Four of these cities (Komsomolsk-on-Amur (4th) in Khabarovsk Krai, Ussuriysk (8th), Nakhodka (9th), Artyom (10th) in Primorsky Krai) are not administrative centers of a federal subject. Anadyr, center of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, is one of the smaller center of federal subject (it has only 13,045 inhabitants). Only Magas, Ingushetia, smaller than Anadyr.
Also, Artyom (10th) is a large suburban city of Vladivostok metropolitan area.
Populations are given as of the 2010 Census:
- Vladivostok: 592,034
- Khabarovsk: 577,441
- Yakutsk: 269,601
- Komsomolsk-on-Amur: 263,906
- Blagoveshchensk: 214,309
- Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk: 181,728
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky: 179,780
- Nakhodka: 148,826
- Artyom: 102,603
- Magadan: 95,982
- Birobidzhan: 75,413
- Konstantin Pulikovsky (May 18, 2000 – November 14, 2005)
- Kamil Iskhakov (November 14, 2005 – October 2, 2007)
- Oleg Safonov (November 30, 2007 – April 30, 2009)
- Viktor Ishayev (April 30, 2009 – August 30, 2013)
- Yury P. Trutnev (August 31, 2013 – present)