Soviet Union was replaced by Russian Federation in

(A) October, 1991
(B) November, 1991
(C) December, 1991
(D) January, 1992

The Soviet Union was officially dissolved on December 26, 1991. After its dissolution, the Russian Federation emerged as its successor state. The Russian Federation is a sovereign state that comprises a significant portion of the territory that was formerly part of the Soviet Union. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia underwent significant political, economic, and social changes as it transitioned to a more market-oriented economy and embraced political reforms. Boris Yeltsin, who was the president of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (the largest republic within the Soviet Union) before its dissolution, became the first president of the newly formed Russian Federation.

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