Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion

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Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion
Києво-Святошинський район
Raion
Flag of Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion
Flag
Coat of arms of Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion
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Country  Ukraine
Region Kiev Oblast
Admin. center Kiev
Subdivisions
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Area code +380

Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion (Ukrainian: Києво-Святошинський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine, adjacent to the city of Kiev, its administrative center.

History[edit]

Established in 1962, Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion borders Borodianka Raion and Vyshhorod Raion to the north, Vasylkiv Raion and Obukhiv Raion to the south, Makariv Raion to the west, and with the city of Kiev to the east. Its territory[clarification needed] is located the city of Irpin[clarification needed] that has had a special status in the Kiev Oblast since 1962. The city of Irpin also has under its subordination three other urban settlements: Vorzel, Gostomel, and Kotsiubynske. In 2007 the town of Bucha received the same status as Irpin of oblast subordination.[clarification needed][why?]


Economy of district[edit]

The share of the district in ekonomy is:

In all areas of industry are employed 36,872 persons, including: industry – 8494, agriculture – 3,614 people, government – 918 people in other areas – 23,846 people.

Industry[edit]

In Kyiv- Svyatoshinsky region are 53 industrial enterprises of the main circle.

Branch structure of industry by type of industry present:

Agriculture[edit]

The main specialization of agricultural enterprises – growing of grain, vegetables, milk and meat.

In the area there are 28 agricultural enterprises, including: NDVAK "Pushcha Voditsa" (Kyiv), ALLC AF "Bilogorodka" (v. Bilogorodka), ALLC "Buzivske" (v. Buzova) ALLC AK "Tarasivska "(v. Tarasivka) ALLC AK" Hotivskyy "(v.Hotivka), ALLC" Ahrolend "(v. Shpitki), JV" Bucha "(v. Gostomel) Ltd AF" Knyazhychi "(v. Knyazhychi) Ltd. Firm "Kryukivschyna" (v. Kryukivschyna), SGK "Rubezhivskyy" (v. Michalivska Rubezhivka), PE "Amaranth-Agro" (v. Dmitrovka) PDP "Gito" (v. Gorenichi) PDP "Shevchenko" (v. Gorenichi), PE "Agrosvit" (v. Novosilky) Ltd AF "Ahroma" (v. Petropavlivska Borschagivka), OJSC "Kyiv vegetable factory" (Kyiv), OJSC "Plodorozsadnytske" (v. Petrivske), JSC "Zabir'ya "(v. Zabir'ya), JSC" ornamental culture "(Boyarka) DG" Dmitrovka "(v. Dmitrovka) DG" Novosilky "(v. Novosilky) DG" Chabany "( Chabany ), NDH "Vorzel" (Vorzel) SSE "Chaika" branch "Lisne" (v. Lisne), auxiliary facilities "Bobritsa" (v. Bobritsa) Branch "Antonov – Agro" DPANTK named by Antonov (island Kruglik). Science and education

The district has:

Education in the district is represented by the one higher education institution of I-II levels of accreditation and 38 day schools of general (the number of students – 14 061), 37 pre-school institutions (number of children – 4912), 5 children's post-school institutions (involved 6,196 children) Medicine

In the area there are 44 medical institutions (clinics, ambulatories, health centers), 6 precinct hospitals, 1 city, 1 District, 17 primary health centers. Of the health of residents care about 3500 workers, including 5 distinguished doctors, 1 candidate of medical sciences.

External links[edit]

  • [1] – Site of Kyiv-Svyatoshinsky Regional State Administration