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Chronology of the reforms
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country

declaration of independence issue of a transitional currency soviet roubles withdrawn from circulation issue of a permanent currency first issue of coins
Abkhazia 26.11.1994 never 26.07.1993 - notes*
31.12.1998 - coins*
never* never*
Armenia 21.09.1991 never 22.11.1993 22.11.1993 21.02.1994
Azerbaijan 30.08.1991 never 01.01.1994 15.08.1992 15.08.1992
Belarus 25.08.1991 25.05.1992 хх.07.1993 01.01.2000 never
Estonia 20.08.1991 never 01.09.1992 20.06.1992 20.06.1992
Georgia 09.04.1991 05.04.1993 20.08.1993 02.10.1995 02.10.1995
Kazakhstan 16.12.1991 never 15.11.1993 15.11.1993 01.03.1994
Kyrgyzstan 31.08.1991 never 15.05.1993 10.05.1993 01.01.2008
Latvia 04.05.1990 07.05.1992 20.07.1992 05.03.1993 05.03.1993
Lithuania 11.03.1990 05.08.1991 01.10.1992 25.06.1993 25.06.1993
Moldova 27.08.1991 10.06.1992 09.08.1993 29.11.1993 29.11.1993
Nagorno Karabakh 02.09.1991 never 22.11.1993** never** never**
Russia 08.12.1991 never 26.07.1993 - notes
31.12.1998 - coins
17.07.1992 17.07.1992***
South Ossetia 19.01.1992 never 26.07.1993 - notes*
31.12.1998 - coins*
never* never*
Tajikistan 09.09.1991 10.05.1995 26.07.1993**** 30.10.2000 03.09.2001
Transnistria 25.08.1991 17.08.1994 17.08.1994 01.01.2001 01.01.2001
Turkmenistan 27.10.1991 never 01.11.1993 01.11.1993 01.11.1993
Ukraine 24.08.1991 10.01.1992 17.07.1993 02.09.1996 02.09.1996
Uzbekistan 13.08.1991 15.11.1993 15.11.1993 01.07.1994 01.07.1994
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* Abkhazia and South Ossetia use Russian currency.
** Nagorno Karabakh uses Armenian currency.
*** Soviet coins (not banknotes) were in circulation in Russia until the currency reform 1998. But in 1992 Russia also issued its own coins.
**** Tajikistan used Russian currency until May 1995, and only then introduced its own transitional currency.

 

 

       

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