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Mukhavets

 

(Belyi Mukhovets), a river in Brest Oblast, Byelorussian SSR; a right-bank tributary of the Bug River. It is 150 km long and drains an area of 6,350 sq km. The river flows chiefly through the Poles’e. Its lower 52 km are canalized, and there is a nonoverflow dam at its mouth. The Mukhavets is navigable. It is connected with the Pripiat’ River by the Dnieper-Bug Canal. The cities of Kobrin and Brest and the Brest Fortress are located on the Mukhavets.

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development and (or) adjustment of projects of water protection zones and coastal strips of the mukhavets river and other water bodies within the boundaries of the city of brest, taking into account the requirements of the water code of the republic of belarus.
selection of a subcontractor to carry out work to deepen the mukhavets river at the object reconstruction of the embankment in brest from 17 september to seamens club 3 790 cu m, 138 115.
development of design estimates for the object: overhaul of a bridge over the mukhavets river in the town of kobrin 1 object (s) 400 000 byn