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Fastiv city territorial community

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.

Kharkiv City Council

From a Cossack settlement to a major industrial, cultural and scientific centre, the city of Kharkiv is the administrative center of the historical and geographical region of Ukraine, which is named "Slobozhanshchina". The area of modern Kharkiv exceeds 300 square kilometers, and the population is 1 million 450 thousand people. The territory of the city is a hilly plain with valleys, ravines.


Kyiv is the capital and largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnipro River. Kyiv is Europe's 6th largest city with a young, highly-skilled population and over 1 million visitors every year. The city of Kyiv is an important industrial, scientific, educational, and cultural centre of Eastern Europe. It is the home of many high-tech industries, higher education institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kyiv Metro. Two international airports connect the city with major cities across all continents

Lviv City Council

Lviv is located in Western Ukraine, about 70 km from the EU border and 160 km from the eastern Carpathian Mountains. The population of Lviv is 750 000 people. The first mention of Lviv dates back to 1256. In Middle Age, the city became an important European trade center. Throughout all history, Lviv has been ruled by many European states: Poland, Austria-Hungary. Influenced by European development, the city presents the architecture of different culture and style. Lviv has the largest number of historical and architectural monuments in Ukraine. The center of the city is listed as World Heritage Site of UNESCO. Lviv received statuses of Culture capital of Ukraine, IT-center of Ukraine and title of Youth Capital. In 2020, it was created in Lviv City Territorial Community. The community includes 2 town (Dubliany and Vynnyky) and 17 villages: Briukhovychi urban-type settlement, Velyki Hrybovychi, Volya Hamuletska, Hryada, Zavadiv, Zashkiv, Zbyranka, Lysynytchi, Malehiv, Mali Hrybovychi, Mali Pidlisky, Pidpirtsi, Pidryasne, Riasna-Ruska, Rudne urban-type settlement, Sytyhiv. The population of the Lviv City Territorial Community is about 800 000 people. Lviv is focused on democratic values and on the formation of civil society. Through the tools of public participation, in particular through the organization of the Public Budget project, Lviv strongly encourages citizens to choose and implement priority projects for the city, to create the city together!

Pokrovsk Territorial Community

Pokrovsk territorial community is located in the Western part of Donetsk region. It consists of 41 inhabited localities: 2 cities, 8 big villages and 31 little villages. The total area of the community is 515,5 square km. The population was 82.388 people before the war. Currently, it is reduced to 49.139 local residents and 6195 refugees. Pokrovsk territorial community is in the Western part of Donetsk region it is a part of the largest agro-industrial communities in the region (approximately 88% of all grounds are agricultural). The community is rich in coal. However, the potential of the region is far beyond. The territory of the community consists of the most valuable fertile black soils. The local economy is represented by a powerful industrial complex. The main industries are coal mining, machine-building, steel production, food processing and other industries.