The word order does not change the
meaning IF the sentence is taken out of context, as you could see in the
BUT if the sentence is a part of
particular setting, the rearrangement of words changes the meaning.
It is known that every complete sentence
has a theme and a rheme. The theme is one or more words which express
already known or understood information, . information that is being
taken for granted. The rheme is new information that a speaker wants to
communicate, for example:
В прошлом году мой друг rheme
построил дом. (Last year my friend built a house.) The rheme is always logically stressed in Russian. So, the change of word order within the sentence causes this logical stress and, finally, the meaning to alter. Look at the following example illustrating how the meaning of the sentence is changed depending on the word order. The rheme (new information) is in bold. В прошлом году мой друг построил дом возле озера .
(the stress is on the fact that he built a house near a lake) Дом возле озера мой друг построил в прошлом году .
(the stress is on the fact he built a house last year, not this year) В прошлом году мой друг построил дом возле озера .
(the stress is on the fact he built a house near a lake, not near a road) В прошлом году построил дом возле озера мой друг .
(the stress is on the fact my friend, not an enemy built a house near a lake)
On 28 December 1922, a conference of plenipotentiary delegations from the Russian SFSR , the Transcaucasian SFSR , the Ukrainian SSR and the Byelorussian SSR approved the Treaty on the Creation of the USSR  and the Declaration of the Creation of the USSR , forming the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.  These two documents were confirmed by the 1st Congress of Soviets of the USSR and signed by the heads of the delegations,  Mikhail Kalinin , Mikhail Tskhakaya , Mikhail Frunze , Grigory Petrovsky , and Alexander Chervyakov ,  on 30 December 1922. The formal proclamation was made from the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre .