Rîbnița District

The Rîbnița District (Romanian: Raionul Rîbnița; Russian: Рыбницкий район; Ukrainian: Рибницький район) is an administrative district of Transnistria (de facto) in Moldova (de jure). Its seat is the city of Rîbnița, sometimes spelt as “Râbnița”. It is located at

47°45′N29°00′E. The district contains this city and 22 other communes (with a total of 47 localities, including small villages and hamlets):

Rîbnița    
Andreevca
Pîcalova
Șmalena
Beloci
Broșteni
Butuceni
Cobasna
Suhaia Rîbnița
Cobasna, loc. st. c. f.    
Crasnencoe
Dimitrova
Ivanovca
Ghidirim
Haraba
Hîrjău
Mihailovca Nouă    
Sărăței
Jura
Lenin
Pervomaisc
Pobeda
Stanislavca
Mihailovca
Mocra
Basarabca
Șevcenco
Zaporojeț
Molochișul Mare
Ofatinți
Novaia Jizni
Plopi
Popencu
Chirov
Vladimirovca    
Zăzuleni
Sovetscoe
Vasilievca
Stroiești
Ulmu
Ulmul Mic
Lîsaia Gora
Vadul Turcului
Molochișul Mic    
Vărăncău
Buschi
Gherșunovca    
district in Transnistria, Moldova
Rîbnița
Anthem: Hymn of Rîbnița
Country Moldova
self-proclaimed state Transnistria[1]
Administrative center Rîbnița
Government

  Heads of the State Administration of the Rîbnița District and the Rîbnița City Alla Demyanova
Area

  Total 850.2 km2 (328.3 sq mi)
Population

 (2015)
  Total 69,000
Time zone UTC+2 (EET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+3 (EEST)

Rîbnița is located along the river Dniester, in the northern half of Transnistria. According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the population of the district is 82,699 people, including 24,729 (29.90%) Moldovans, 37,554 (45.41%) Ukrainians, 14,237 (17.22%) Russians, 149 (0.18%) Gagauzians, 309 (0.37%) Bulgarians, 51 (0.06%) Roma, 177 (0.64%) Jews, 528 (0.64%) Poles, 412 (0.50%) Belarusians, 150 (0.18%) Germans, 81 (0.10%) Armenians, and 4,322 (5.23%) others and non-declared.

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  • Tamara Kharitonovna Kilivnik (3 February 2012[2] – August 2012)
  • Tatiana Mikhailovna Turanskaya (30 August 2012[3] – 10 July 2013)
  • Alla Fedorovna Demyanova (18 September 2013[4] – )
  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 all the world’s other states consider Transnistria a part of Moldova’s territory.
  2. На должность главы государственной администрации Рыбницкого района и города Рыбница была назначена Киливник Тамара Харитоновна, 03.02.2012
  3. Указ Президента ПМР №550 «О назначении главы государственной администрации Рыбницкого района и города Рыбница»
  4. Президент ПМР назначил главой государственной администрации города Рыбница и Рыбницкого района Аллу Демьянову

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