|County||Anenii Noi District|
|• Mayor||Mihail Cheibaş|
|Elevation||39 m (128 ft)|
|Time zone||Eastern European Time (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||Eastern European Time (UTC+3)|
According to the 2004 census, the city administers an area inhabited by 11,463 people. This area consists of the city itself, population 8,358, and five suburb villages: Albiniţa, population 370, Beriozchi, population 647, Hîrbovăţul Nou, population 484, Ruseni, population 1,090, and Socoleni, population 514. Of these, 6,324 are Moldovans (Romanians), 2,721 Ukrainians, 1,923 Russians, 68 Gagauzians, 178 Bulgarians, 7 Jews, 11 Poles, 46 Gypsies, and 185 others/undeclared. At the 1930 census, there were two localities: Anenii Noi, population 661 (558 Bessarabian Germans, 30 Russians, 19 Romanians, and 4 Poles), and Anenii Vechi, population 990 (891 Russians, 74 Romanians, 19 Germans, 4 Jews, and 2 Bulgarians) in Plasa Bulboaca of Tighina County.
There are two restaurants and a few factories in Anenii Noi. Transportation is available to Anenii Noi every half-hour from Chişinău.
Twin towns — Sister cities
Anenii Noi is twinned with:
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