Dusti

Dusti

 

an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of Kumsangirskii Raion, Tadzhik SSR. Located in the southern part of the republic, between the Vakhsh and Piandzh rivers. It has a railroad station 160 km from Dushanbe. Population, 5,000 (1970). Dusti has a cheese-making factory and is a center of oil and gas extraction.

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