Ijevan district is an administrative-territorial unit within the Armenian SSR and Armenia , which existed in 1930-1995. Center - Ijevan .
|A country|| the USSR |
Armenia (since 1991)
|Enters into||Armenian SSR (until 1991)|
|History and geography|
|Date of education||1930–1995|
|Date of abolition|
|Population||26.9 thousand people ( 1989 )|
Ijevan district was formed in 1930 .
On March 19, 1951, the territory of the abolished Dilijan district was handed over to the Ijevan district.
It was abolished in 1995 during the transition of Armenia to a new administrative-territorial division  , becoming part of the Tavush region .
As of January 1, 1948, the territory of the district was 870 km².
As of 1948, the district included 14 village councils : Achajur, Verin-Agdansky, Getashensky, Yenokavansky, Ijevan, Laliguhsky, Nerkin-Agdansky, Revazlinsky, Sevkarsky, Srigehsky, Taliysky, Uzuntalinsky, Hashtaraksky, Tsakhkavansky  .
- Law of the Republic of Armenia No.С-062-1-ЗР-18 "On the Administrative-Territorial Division of the Republic of Armenia" . Archived January 28, 2014.
- Armenian SSR. Administrative-territorial division / N. Adamyan. To .. - Yerevan: Armgiz, 1948. - 90 p.