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—  District (Raion)  —
File:Dubăsari district CoA.svg
Coat of arms
Country  Moldova
Administrative center

 - Raion President Grigore Policinschi
 - Total 309.2 km2 (119.4 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 - Total 34,015
 Density 110.0/km2 (284.9/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 - Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal Code 248
Area code(s) +373 45
Car plates DB

Dubăsari district is a district in the east of Moldova, with the administrative center at Cocieri. As of January 1, 2005, its population was 34,015, of which 32,754 were Moldovans (Romanians), 611 Russians, 521 Ukrainians, 45 Gagauzians, 16 Bulgarians, 9 Jews, 2 Poles, and 57 others. This does not include the 715 people that live in the village of Roghi, which is controlled by the breakaway Tiraspol authorities.


This is the only district in Moldova without cities. There are a total of 15 localities: 11 communes (containing further 4 villages within):

Cocieri (pop. 4,336)
Corjova (pop. 3,231)
Coşniţa (pop. 5,699)
Doroţcaia (pop. 3,206)   
Holercani (pop. 2,522)
Marcăuţi (pop. 730)
Molovata (pop. 2,936)
Molovata Nouă (pop. 1,851 w/o Roghi)    
Roghi (pop. 715)
Oxentea (pop. 2,794)   
Pîrîta (pop. 3,415)
Ustia (pop. 3,295)

Holercani, Marcăuţi, Molovata, Oxentea, and Ustia are situated on the western (right) bank of the river Dniester, while the other 10 villages on the eastern bank. Six of the latter (Cocieri, Vasilievca, Corjova, Mahala, Molovata Nouă, and Roghi) are situated north of the city of Dubăsari, itself under the control of the separatist authorities of Transnistria, and the remaining four south of the city. The village of Vasilievca, as well as considerable parts of the farmland of the villages of Cocieri, Roghi, and Doroţcaia are situated east of the Tiraspol-Dubăsari-Râbniţa road.




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