Autonomous territorial unit

An Autonomous territorial unit or territorial autonomous unit (Romanian: Unitate teritorială autonomă) is an administrative division of Moldova. Gagauzia is the only such unit.[1] Moldovan law also recognizes the Transnistria autonomous territorial unit with special legal status. De facto it is a self-proclaimed statelet operating outside the jurisdiction of the government as the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

References

  1. ^ Central Intelligence Agency (2009). CIA World Factbook 2010. Skyhorse Publishing. p. 455. ISBN 978-1-60239-727-9.
Avdarma

Avdarma is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 3,564 people. Gagauz people total 3,356. Minorities included 42 Moldovans, 47 Russians, 43 Ukrainians, 32 Bulgarians, and 25 Roma.

November 21, 2011 in the village was opened museum. General director - Fedor Yazadzhi.

Beșalma

Beșalma (Gagauz: Beșalma) is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 4,441 people, including 4,293 ethnic Gagauz, 44 Moldovans, 37 Ukrainians, 33 Russians, 25 Bulgarians and 5 Roma.

Beșghioz

Beșghioz (Gagauz: Beșgöz) is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 3,391 people. 93% of its population are Gagauz. Minorities included 76 Russians, 66 Bulgarians, and 46 Moldovans.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 7' 18" North, 28° 52' 20" East.

The current governor (or bașcan) of Gagauzia, Mihail Formuzal, elected to that post in December, 2006, was born in Beșghioz in 1959.

Bugeac, Găgăuzia

Bugeac is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 1,525 people. 942 inhabitants are Gagauz. Minorities included 115 Russians, 85 Ukrainians, 56 Bulgarians, 4 Roma and 305 Moldovans. Bugeac's average elevation is 43 metres.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 21' 57" North, 28° 39' 48" East.

Carbalia

Carbalia is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The village is part of the Vulcanesti district. Being both an enclave and an exclave it is surrounded by the Cahul District and the Taraclia District.

The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 534 people. Gagauz total 375. Minorities included 78 Moldovans, 18 Russians, 23 Ukrainians, and 32 Bulgarians.

Carbalia's geographical coordinates are 45° 52' 24" North, 28° 26' 45" East.

Cazaclia

Cazaclia is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 7,043 people. Gagauz total 6,796. Minorities included 56 Moldovans, 53 Russians, 36 Ukrainians, 68 Bulgarians and 34 'other nationality'.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 0' 37" North, 28° 39' 46" East.

Chirsova

Chirsova is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 6,861 people. Gagauz total 3,128, Bulgarians - 3,326. Minorities included 156 Moldovans, 119 Russians, 98 Ukrainians, 1 Romanian, 9 Roma and 24 'other nationality'.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 14' 2" North, 28° 38' 53" East.

Cioc-Maidan

Cioc-Maidan is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 3,926 people. Gagauz total 3,657. Minorities included 149 Moldovans, 45 Russians, 33 Ukrainians, 14 Bulgarians and 16 Roma.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 21' 29" North, 28° 49' 19" East.

Cișmichioi

Cișmichioi is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 5,054 people. 4,772 inhabitants are Gagauz. Minorities included 43 Russians, 39 Ukrainians, 25 Bulgarians and 115 Moldovans. The village lies at an altitude of 216 feet (65 meters).

Its geographical coordinates are 45° 32' 40" North, 28° 22' 58" East.

Cotovscoe

Cotovscoe is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 989 people. Gagauz total 944. Minorities included 11 Bulgarians, 22 Moldovans, 4 Russians, 7 Ukrainians and 1 'other nationality'.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 9' 38" North, 28° 30' 49" East.

Dezghingea

Dezghingea is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 5,252 people. Gagauz total 4,963. Minorities included 158 Moldovans, 67 Russians, 33 Ukrainians, 14 Bulgarians and 2 Poles.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 25' 28" North, 28° 37' 0" East.

Etulia

Etulia is a commune in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. It is composed of three villages: Etulia, Etulia Nouă and Etulia station. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 3,649 people. 3,382 inhabitants are Gagauz. Minorities included 31 Russians, 43 Ukrainians, 24 Bulgarians, 164 Moldovans and 1 Greek.

Its geographical coordinates are 45° 32' 21" North, 28° 26' 34" East.

Ferapontievca

Ferapontievca is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 1,008 people. Gagauz total 282. "Minorities" included 59 Moldovans, 60 Russians, 583 Ukrainians, 17 Bulgarians and 3 Roma.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 14' 24" North, 28° 46' 28" East.

Gagauzia

Gagauzia or Gagauz Yeri (Gagauz: Gagauz Yeri or Gagauziya; Romanian: Găgăuzia; Russian: Гагаузия, Gagauzija), officially the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia (Gagauz: Avtonom Territorial Bölümlüü Gagauziya; Romanian: Unitatea Teritorială Autonomă Găgăuzia; Russian: Автономное территориальное образование Гагаузия, Avtonomnoje territoriaľnoje obrazovanije Gagauzija), is an autonomous region of Moldova. Its an ethnic autonomy of the Gagauz people, who are primarily Orthodox Turkic-speaking people. Gagauz Yeri literally means "place of the Gagauz".

Irina Vlah

Irina Vlah (born 26 February 1974, in Comrat, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union) is a Moldovan politician. Since 2005 she has been member of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova. Since 15 April 2015 she has been the Governor (Başkan) of the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia (Gagauz Yeri).According to the polls made in 2019 related to the most popular politicians of the Republic of Moldova, Irina Vlah is on the 9th position among the top of politicians in which Moldovans have the highest trust

Joltai

Joltai is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 2,278 people. Gagauz total 2,187. Minorities included 158 Moldovans, 67 Russians, 33 Ukrainians, 14 Bulgarians, 2 Poles and 1 Jew.

Its geographical coordinates are 46° 10' 57" North, 28° 52' 34" East.

Tiraspolul Nou

Tiraspolul Nou (Russian: Новотираспольский, romanized: Novotiraspolskiy, Ukrainian: Новотираспольський, romanized: Novotyraspolskyi) is a town in Transnistria autonomous territorial unit, Moldova. It is under the administration of the breakaway government of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, and actually, in Transnistria (PMR) it is considered to be only a part of Tiraspol (located in its south-west).

Transnistria autonomous territorial unit

Transnistria autonomous territorial unit, officially The Administrative-Territorial Units of the Left Bank of the Dniester (Romanian: Unitățile Administrativ-Teritoriale din stînga Nistrului (Transnistria); Russian: Административно-территориальные единицы левобережья Днестра (Приднестровья); Ukrainian: Автономне територіальне утворення з особливим правовим статусом Придністров'я) is a formal administrative unit of Moldova established by the Government of Moldova to delineate the territory controlled by the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

Designations for types of administrative territorial entities

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