Dubăsari District, Transnistria

Dubăsari District
Map of Dubăsari District (green and grey). Green areas are controlled by Transnistria. Grey areas are controlled by Moldova. Brown, grey and dark green areas are moldovan Dubăsari District.
Map of Dubăsari District (green and grey). Green areas are controlled by Transnistria. Grey areas are controlled by Moldova. Brown, grey and dark green areas are moldovan Dubăsari District.
CountryMoldova
self-proclaimed stateTransnistria[1]
Administrative centerDubăsari
Government
 • Heads of the State Administration of the Dubăsari District and the Dubăsari CityFedor Kovalev
Area
 • Total381.2 km2 (147.2 sq mi)
Population
 (2015)
 • Total31,000
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Websitehttp://www.dubossary.ru/

Dubăsari District (Romanian: Raionul Dubăsari; Russian: Дубоссарский район; Ukrainian: Дубоссарський район), is an administrative subdivision of Transnistria, Moldova. It is located along the river Dniester, in the center of Transnsitria. Its seat is the city of Dubăsari. The district contains this city and 9 communes (a total of 21 localities, including small villages/hamlets):

Dubăsari    
Comisarovca Nouă
Bosca
Coșnița Nouă
Pohrebea Nouă
Crasnîi Vinogradari
Afanasievca
Alexandrovca Nouă    
Calinovca
Lunga Nouă
Doibani I
Doibani II
Coicova
Dubău
Goianul Nou    
Dzerjinscoe
Goian
Iagorlîc
Harmațca
Lunga
Țîbuleuca    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

In addition, the breakaway authorities control the village of Roghi of the Chişinău-controlled Molovata Nouă commune of Dubăsari District. According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the population of the sub-district is 36,734, and that of the village Roghi is 715. The exact ethnic composition is available only for the sum: 18,763 (50.1%) Moldovans, 10,594 (28.29%) Ukrainians, 7,125 (19.03%) Russians, 92 (0.25%) Gagauzians, 134 (0.36%) Bulgarians, 46 (0.12%) Roma, 46 (0.12%) Jews, 53 (0.14%) Poles, 185 (0.50%) Belarusians, 63 (0.17%) Germans, 126 (0.34%) Armenians, and 205 (0.56%) others and non-declared. The population of the village of Roghi is almost entirely Moldovan.

In 1990–1991, the city of Dubăsari and the surrounding area were occasionally the scene of incidents, which aimed to establish in Transnistria a government that would break away from Moldova. In the 1992 War of Transnistria the city and the surrounding area were a major scene of the fighting.

List of heads of the state administration of the Dubăsari District and the town of Dubăsari

  • Eduard Davidovich Kantselevich (~ 2013)
  • Fedor Grigoriyevich Kovalev (22 October 2013[2] – )

References

  1. ^ Transnistria's status is disputed. It considers itself to be an independent state, but this is not recognised by any country. The Moldovan government and the international community consider Transnistria a part of Moldova's territory.
  2. ^ Глава государства Евгений Шевчук провел ряд кадровых назначений в органах государственной власти (in Russian). 22 October 2013. Retrieved 23 October 2013.

External links

  • Site of city of Dubossary

Coordinates: 47°16′N 29°09′E / 47.267°N 29.150°E / 47.267; 29.150


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