Russian Language Style Guide Resources

At the ATA 55th Annual Conference in Chicago a question was raised whether there is a Russian Guide similar to The Chicago Manual of Style for English language. I tried then to answer this question orally while below are some formal links to the sources I cited. One must keep in mind that Russian rules are much stricter than English. Though they do leave some freedom to the users, in most cases the absence (or presence) of a comma or of any other punctuation sign is an obvious mistake. [...] about Russian Language Style Guide Resources

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