Myasnikovskiy District

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Administration

346800, Rostov region, village Chaltyr, Lenina st., 33
District Administration Head: Anosyan Khachatur Manukovich

Phone number: (86349) 2-16-40. Fax: (86349) 2-27-40.

Geographic Outline

Myasnikovskiy District is situated to the southwest of Rostov region, near the city of Rostov-on-Don. Its territory boarders with the district administrative center to the southeast, with Rodionovo-Nesvetayskiy districts to the north, with Neklinovskiy district to the west, with Aksayskiy district to the east, with the Azov district to the south. The district administrative center village Chaltyr is only 16 km away from Rostov-on-Don. The distances from Myasnikovskiy District to other largest towns of Russia are not very significant. The distance from Chaltyr to Bataysk is 28 km, to Azov – 40 km, to Taganrog – 50 km, to Novocherkassk – 57 km.

The distance from district center to the nearest region centers of Krasnodar and Volgograd is 313 km and 508 km, to Moscow – 1117 km.

History

The district has an interesting foundation history. The first settlers from Armenia appeared on the Don land at the end of the 18th century. The Armenians from the Crimea peninsula were moved to the Don land’s “Dmitriy Rostovskiy fortress” by the order of Ekaterina II. The first migrants founded on the new place a town of Nakhichevan (since 1928 it was unified with the Rostov-on-Don city), and five villages: Chaltyr, Crimea (Topti), Bolshie Saly (Mets Sala), Sultan Saly, Nesvetay (Nesvitay).

As a separate administrative unit, by the request of the Armenian population, the Myasnikovskiy District was established in 1926, by the decree of the Don Committee Presidium, prescribing to separate the Armenian district with the five mentioned villages from the Aksayskiy district territory and to establish its administrative center in the town of Nakhichevan-on-Don.

Economics

Nowadays, Myasnikovskiy District is one of the most highly developed units of Rostov region. The agricultural products, produced on its territory are sold not only within the Rostov region territory, but also in other parts of Russia. The leading district agricultural enterprises are collective farm named after S.G. Shaumyan, collective farm named after Myasnikyan, collective farm “Druzhba”, collective farm “Kolos”, collective farm named after Lukashin, agricultural complex “Alexandrovskiy”, agricultural co-operative “Proletarskaya Diktatura”.

The industrial enterprises are represented by “Chaltyr commercial construction materials producing enterprise” CC, manufacturing break and stile, cellulose factory “Proto-Ltd.”, “Pischekombinat Chaltyr” Ltd, producing sunflower oil and confectionery, “Molzavod Myasnikovskiy”, producing various dairy products.

Transportation

The district has a highly developed transportation infrastructure, due to its proximity to the regional largest cities. Its territory is crossed by the federal motorway M-23 “Rostov-on-Don – Taganrog – Ukrainian boarder”, by regional motorway “Rostov-on-Don – Rodionovo-Nesvetayskaya - Novoshakhtinsk”, and by 76,1 km of district motorways and 70,3 km of rural roads.

The distance from Chaltyr to the Rostov-on-Don river port and airport is 16 km, to the Taganrog seaport – 50 km, to Azov – 40 km.


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