Lokhvitsky district ( Ukrainian. Lokhvytsky district ) - an administrative unit in the north of the Poltava region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the city of Lokhvitsa .
|Enters into||Poltava region|
|History and geography|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , in summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||42 394  people ( 2017 )|
|Koatuu||5322600000 all codes|
Lokhvytskyi district is located in the northern part of the Poltava region of Ukraine.
Chernuhinsky , Lubensky , Mirgorodsky , Gadyachsky districts of Poltava region, Lipovodolinsky and Romnysky districts of Sumy region, Varvinsky district of Chernihiv region are adjacent to it.
The area is 1300 km 2 .
The administrative center of the district is the city of Lokhvitsa .
Artopolot , Bodakva , Builov Yar , Glinnaya , Lokhvitsa , Sula , Sulitsa rivers flow through the region.
Lokhvitsky district was formed on March 7, 1923 on the site of Lokhvytsky district, Poltava province .
The population of the district is 51,495 people ( 2001 ), including urban - 21,333 people, rural - 30,162 people ( 2001 ).
District includes  :
Local Tips 
Liquidated settlements 
with. Dedov Yar
Mostly agricultural in the area are concentrated in the world’s best black earth, which is up to 1.5 m thick. The sugar industry (the largest is Lokhvitsky Sugar Refinery ), the alcohol ( Lokhvitsky alcohol combine , 9 thousand dal per day), grain processing ( Lokhvitsky feed mill and giant Rise-Elevator), instrument-making ( Lokhvitsky instrument-making plant ). The Chervonozavodsky plant also has a drilling glue plant (a former fodder yeast plant converted to the production of drilling glue) and a milk receiving and storing center (the former “Maslozavod”) is organized.
The region also has developed clay brick production - “Lokhvitsky brick factory”, “Senchansky brick factory” and the gas industry, which is represented by many isolated gas fields near the villages - Chervonozavodskoe, Gaevshchina, Lokhvitsa, Veshnovoe, Tokari, Virishnoe, Sencha (“Senchansky gas processing plant "), Mlyn and others.
- Technical School of Food Industry (Lokhvitsky branch of Poltava College of Food Technologies, formerly “Lokhvitsky Technical School of Food Industry”), which is also combined with the branch of Sumy State University.
- Vocational school number 32.
- Number of population (for the population) on 1 March 2017 to the river // Head of statistics in Poltava region
- According to the registration card of the district on the website of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
- Regions of Ukraine and a warehouse
- Warehouse of administrative and territorial singleness
- Regulatory and legal acts of administering territorial-territorial I will arrange Ukraine (inaccessible link)