Tiachiv Raion

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Tiachiv Raion

Тячівський район (in Ukrainian)
Raionul Teceu (in Romanian)
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Coordinates: 48°1′10.8″N23°34′4.52″E / 48.019667°N 23.5679222°E / 48.019667; 23.5679222 Coordinates: 48°1′10.8″N23°34′4.52″E / 48.019667°N 23.5679222°E / 48.019667; 23.5679222
CountryFlag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Region Zakarpattia Oblast
Established1946
Admin. center Tiachiv
Subdivisions 10 hromadas
Area
[1]
  Total1,869.5 km2 (721.8 sq mi)
Population
 (2021) [2]
  Total184,532
  Density99/km2 (260/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+02:00 (EET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+03:00 (EEST)
Area code 380-3134
Website http://www.tyachiv-rda.org/

Tiachiv Raion (Ukrainian : Тячівський район, Romanian: Raionul Teceu, Hungarian: Técsői Járás) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Tiachiv. Population: 184,532 (2021 est.) [2] .

On 18 July 2020, as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, the number of raions of Zakarpattia Oblast was reduced to six, and the area of Tiachiv Raion was significantly expanded. [3] [4] The January 2020 estimate of the raion population was 175,048 (2020 est.) [5]

Romanian became in September 2012 a regional language in the village of Bila Tserkva; meaning it was allowed to be used in the towns administrative office work and documents. [6] This was made possible after new legislation on languages in Ukraine was passed in the summer of 2012. [6] The Constitutional Court of Ukraine on 28 February 2018 ruled this legislation unconstitutional. [7]

The raion has one city: Tiachiv, and five urban-type settlements: Bushtyno, Dubove, Solotvyno, Teresva and Ust-Chorna. [8]

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