Boguslav

Boguslav

 

a city, the administrative center of Boguslav Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukranian SSR, on the Ros’ River (Dnieper basin), with a railroad station. Population, 12,100 (1968). There are cloth, furniture, and crafts factories, as well as a cannery, a creamery, and a granite-working plant. Boguslav has a pedagogical college and a museum of regional studies.

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In the declaration endorsed on 4 April by the European Parliament during its plenary session in Strasbourg, French MEP Marie-Arlette Carlotti and co-signatories Philippe Busquin, Joseph Daul, Mario Mauro and Boguslav Sonik express concern at the 'physical and legal disappearance' of EU stocks on which the food for the needy scheme has been based since it was set up by former Commission President Jacques Delors 20 years ago.
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