Kremenchuk


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Kremenchuk

(krĭmĭncho͞ok`), Rus. Kremenchug, city (1989 pop. 237,000), central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River. It is the center of an industrial complex based on a hydroelectric plant; construction of the plant created the large Kremenchuk Reservoir nearby. Kremenchuk has a heavy machine industry and a small oil refinery. It was founded in 1571 as a fortress.
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More than half of Kremenchuk's public buildings, including kindergartens, schools and hospitals will undergo important energy efficiency improvements as a result of the project.
Anton Gerashchenko, an aide to the country's Interior Minister, said the mayor of Kremenchuk, Oleh Babayev, was killed when a car pulled up to his own, and an unidentified person fired three shots from a gun with a silencer.
Nederman (STO:NMAN.ST) announced today the receipt of a SEK25m order from Kremenchuk Steel Works Stockholding Company in Ukraine to supply complete solutions for the filtration of gas dust from their steel making furnaces.
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On December 19, 2006, a foreign Jehovah's Witnesses missionary in Kremenchuk, Poltavska Oblast, was severely beaten and hospitalized with serious brain injuries.
Mr Taylor was stationed in the south of the country in the town of Kremenchuk, where he watched over more than 20,000 people voting in 18 booths.
He oversaw 18 polling stations in an area called Kremenchuk, which has a population of 26,000.
Hryhory Omelchenko is continuing to publish a paper in Kremenchuk.