Camenca District

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Camenca
District (Raion)
Raionul Camenca, Transnistria.jpg
Country Moldova
self-proclaimed state Transnistria[1]
Administrative center Camenca
Government
 • Heads of the State Administration of the Camenca District and the Camenca City Sergey Sokirka
Area
 • Total 434.5 km2 (167.8 sq mi)
Population (2015)
 • Total 21,000
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Camenca District is a district of Transnistria, Moldova. Its seat is the town of Camenca (Romanian: Camenca; Russian: Каменка, Kamenka, Ukrainian: Kamianka, Polish: Kamionka). The district contains this town and 12 communes (a total of 23 localities, including the small villages/hamlets):

Camenca
Solnecinoe    
Caterinovca
Sadchi
Crasnîi Octeabri
Alexandrovca    
Cuzmin
Voitovca
Hristovaia
Hruşca
Frunzăuca    
Ocniţa
Podoima
Podoimiţa
Raşcov
Iantarnoe
Rotari
Bodeni
Socolovca
Severinovca
Slobozia-Raşcov
Valea Adîncă
Constantinovca    

Camenca is located along the river Dniester. It is the northernmost sub-district of Transnistria. According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the population of the sub-district is 27,284 people, including 13,048 (47.82%) Moldovans (Romanians), 11,610 (42.55%) Ukrainians, 1,880 (6.89%) Russians, 43 (0.16%) Gagauzians, 59 (0.22%) Bulgarians, 9 (0.03%) Romas, 10 (0.04%) Jews, 447 (1.64%) Poles, 85 (0.31%) Belarusians, 26 (0.10%) Germans, 16 (0.06%) Armenians, and 51 (0.19%) others.

The sub-district is home to the Dniester Sanatorium, the oldest health resort in Transnistria. In 2001, election officials for the Transnitrian presidential election announced that sitting president Igor Smirnov received 103.6 percent of the vote in this region.

List of Heads of the State Administration of the Camenca District and the Camenca City[edit]

  • Vladimir Karaush (? - 2012)
  • Pyotr Vasilyevich Mustya (25 January 2012[2] - 25 April 2014)
  • Natalya Viktorovna Isakova (25 April 2014 - [3] - 4 June 2014)
  • Sergey Andreevich Sokirka (4 June 2014 - )[4]

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Coordinates: 48°00′N 28°43′E / 48.000°N 28.717°E / 48.000; 28.717