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Russian special purpose regiments or Spetsnaz, Specnaz (Russian: Войска специального назначения, tr: Voyska spetsialnogo naznacheniya, pronounced [spʲetsnaz]) is a general term for “special forces” in Russian, literally “special purpose units”.
Russian special forces (Spetsnaz) can refer to any elite or special purpose units under subordination of the Federal Security Service (FSB) or Internal Troops of Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, and the units controlled by the military intelligence service GRU. Nowadays, the term is used as well to describe any special purpose units or task forces of other ministries (even the Emergency Situations Ministry special rescue unit) 
Spetsnaz has trained the republican guard of Syria, Iraq and Iran and they have been involved in training other special forces units across the world.
1st PSN (former 6th OSN) VV “Vityaz” –
Spetnaz MVD includes 16 Internal Troops units, which are of good quality and intended for use to combat insurgency and for counter-terrorism purposes. These units usually have a unique name and official OSN number. Here is a list of some of these spetsnaz units (the list is deliberately not full due to obvious reasons):
1st PSN (former 6th OSN) VV “Vityaz” – stationed in Moscow;
7th OSN VV “Rosich” – Novocherkassk;
8Th OSN VV “Rus” – Moscow;
12th OSN VV “Ratnik” – Nizhni Tagil;
15th OSN VV “Vyatich” – Armavir;
16th OSN VV “Skif” – Rostov.