Merefa


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Merefa

 

a city (since 1938) in Kharkov Raion, Kharkov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, on the Mozha River (a tributary of the Severskii Donets).

Population, 30,400 (1973). Merefa is a railroad junction with lines to Kharkov, Lozovaia, and Krasnograd. The city has a glass works, plants producing reinforced-concrete structures and building materials, a distillery, and a bakery. The Ukrainian Vegetable and Melon Growing Scientific Research Institute and an experimental silk cultivating station are located there.

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Turkey's Anadolu Cam's Netherlands-based unit Balsand BV decided to buy "Merefa Glass Company" operating in Ukraine.
Among them - the construction of sports and recreation complexes in Dergachiv, Krasnokut, Chuguevsky districts, Lyubotin and Merefa cities, as well as the reconstruction of Donets FC in Izium with the installation of the pool.
According to the Road Service in the Kharkiv region, in 2019, it is planned to completely repair the section of the road from Merefa to Lozova, a length of 71.3 km.
Among the main directions is 15 roads, of which three work is still ongoing (this is Chuguev - Milove (from Kupyansk to the border with the Luhansk region), Merefa - Lozova - Pavlograd (entrance to the village Krasnopavlivka) and Chuguev - Pechenegi - Great Burluk (plot in Pechenegi).
In the lower layers, repair was completed 14.3 km along the road Merefa - Lozova - Pavlograd.
"This year, fully completed in the lower layers of repair 14.3 km of coverage on the road Merefa - Lozova - Pavlograd.
The completed works on the roads of Old Merchik - Krasnokutsk, Starovyrivka - Kegichivka, in the city of Merefa are completely completed.
Gastello, Zmiivsky, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Lozovsky entrances in Merefa town of Kharkiv region, as well as the reconstruction of the II Ordzhonikidze collector site (KP "Kharkivvodokanal").
Ryabukhina, Ordivka, Znamenka, Fedorivka, Vilychuvatka, Shchebetuniv, Manuylova, Kruglyany, Bridko, Novaya Merefa.
Fully finished work on two roads - within the limits of Merefa and on five sites in Valkivskyi and Bogoduhivsky districts on the road Old Mergych - Krasnokutsk ", - said Sergey Plyak.