Russia spans both Europe and Asia as continents. but two countries it spans are Kazakhstan and Mongolia
Russia gained control of Eastern Europe. -Blissful
The Soviet Union's relations with Western Europe following World War II were colored heavily by Soviet relations with Eastern Europe and by the Warsaw Pact forces arrayed in Europe against NATO forces.The Soviet Union's policy toward Western Europe had five basic goals: preventing rearmament and nuclearization of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany).
Yes it did Russia beated the Germans and America beated Japan. America was afraid that all the Europe and the glory will have Soviet Union and it rushed to Germany
germany declared war on russia and france,great britain delcared war on germany thus europe is locked in battle
No. Europe is a continent, not a country. It has about 50 countries in it. Russia is a country. Part of it is in Europe and most of it is in Asia.
There is no specific mountain range that separates Europe from Russia; much of Russia is IN Europe. The Ural mountains in central Russia separate Europe from Asia.
Russia covers the continents of Europe and Asia. Most of Russia, about three-fourths, belongs to Asia and the rest of Russia belongs to Europe.
Yes, Russia is partially located in Europe.
Moscow is in the Europe part of Russia.
No. Most of Russia is in Asia. The part that is in Europe is in eastern Europe.
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No some of Russia is in AsiaThe Ural mountains are one boundary of Europe and Russia.
Russia occupies the continents of Asia and Europe. The two continents are also referred to as Eurasia.
Russia covers 40% of Europe, and the rest of it is in Asia.
Russia is in Asia and Europe.
Both Europe (25% of Russia's land) AND Asia (75% of Russia's land)