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The Treaty of the union of sovereign states (Russian: Договор о союзе суверенных государств, Dogovor o soyuze suverennykh gosudarstv), commonly known in English as the New Union Treaty or the new Union Treaty, is a document that voided the original creation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and replaced it with the Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics.
The treaty was signed in Moscow on August 20, 1991 by Kazakhstan, Russia, and Uzbekistan. Additional republics would sign the treaty, with the most recent being Circassia, Cossackia, and Crimea on May 25, 1999.
- August 20, 1991 – Kazakhstan, Russia, Uzbekistan
- September 5, 1991 – Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan
- September 25, 1991 – Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan
- January 13, 1992 – Ukraine
- August 3, 1992 – Abkhazia, Gagauzia, [South] Ossetia, Transnistria
- February 16, 1993 – Tatarstan, Tuva, Vainakhia
- July 6, 1993 – Artsakh
- March 8, 1994 – Bashkortostan, Chuvashia, Dagestan, Karakalpakstan
- March 26, 1997 – Karelia
- November 20, 1997 – (Saint Petersburg Compromise) Buryatia, Kalmykia, Komi, Mari El, Mordovia, Udmurtia, Yakutia
- May 25, 1999 – (Black Sea Compromise) Alania, Circassia, Cossackia, Crimea
- New Union Treaty (Russian)