Fastiv City Territorial Community is a territorial community in Ukraine, in the Fastiv district of Kyiv region. The administrative center is the city of Fastiv. It was formed on June 12, 2020 by merging Fastiv City Council of regional significance and village councils of Fastiv district. The community includes 1 town (Fastiv), 1 township (Borova) and 16 villages: Bortnyky, Velyka Motovylivka, Velyka Ofirna, Velyka Snitynka, Vepryk, Vyshnyaki, Gvardiyske, Klekhivka, Mala Ofirna, Mala Snitynka, Mlynok, Motovylivka, Motovylivska Slobid , Olenivka, Tarasenky and Fastivets. The population of the community is 63,449 people. The community is located southwest of the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv. The area of the community is 336.7 km2. The distance to Kyiv from the administrative center is 57 km by rail, 75 km by road, 75 km to the nearest airport "Kyiv", to the airport "Boryspil" - 100 km. The main sectors of the economy of Fastiv city territorial community are: industry, railway, construction, agriculture and trade.
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