Bila Tserkva


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Bila Tserkva

(byē`lä tsĕrk`vä), Rus. Belaya Tserkov, city (1989 pop. 197,000), in central Ukraine, on the Ros River. It is a rail junction and an industrial and commercial center. Industries include food processing and the manufacture of machinery, clothing, and building materials. The city was founded in 1032 and was the headquarters of the Ukrainian Cossacks in the 17th cent. It passed to Russia in 1793.
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The project is aimed to retrofit the fleet of passenger transport in Kyiv, Bila Tserkva, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kremenchuk, Lutsk, Lviv, Odessa, Sumy, Ternopil, Kharkiv and Chernihiv.
Shevchenko struggled badly in the second half of a low-key bounce game on Saturday against Third Division side Arsenal Bila Tserkva.
The reference to Bila Tserkva in association with Napoleon's battles, for example, is not one the average American reader is likely to recognize.
Founded in the 11th century, Bila Tserkva ("White Church") long remained a minor regional centre.
What is left unsaid here but is the subject of the reference in Melnyczuk's novel is that Bila Tserkva was an important centre during the Khmelnyts'kyi revolt of 1648-1654.
On Wednesday, 3 February, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk together with Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov, Chairman of the National Police of Ukraine Khatia Dekanoidze and Head of EU delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski took part in a ceremony to launch rapid response service of the patrol police of Bila Tserkva police department subordinate to the Main Department of the National Police in the Kyiv region.
The newly established patrol police rapid response service of Bila Tserkva area enumerates 144 officers.
Changes to the Constitution should mean nether the re-certification of current judges nor their actual legalization, but examination of each judge, testing and studying what verdicts the judge returned, said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Wednesday, February 3rd, during the ceremony to launch rapid response service of the patrol police in Bila Tserkva in the Kyiv region.
This means that from the very top to the bottom everyone bears full responsibility to the citizens of the country", stressed the Head of Government on Wednesday, February 3rd, during the ceremony to launch rapid response service of the patrol police in Bila Tserkva in Kyiv region.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed to the Mayor of Bila Tserkva, head of the district administration and the local authorities: "There wont come a man from Kyiv here to repair culture, health and education facilities".
Major organization : BILA TSERKVA NATIONAL AGRARIAN UNIVERSITY OF KYIV REGION
Location : Ukraine: towns of Bila Tserkva, Zhmerynka and Khmelnytskyy