Bolgrad

Bolgrad

 

a city, administrative center of Bolgrad Raion, Odessa Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, on the shore of Lake Ialpug, 7 km from the Bolgrad railroad station. Population, 16,500 (1969). There are auto repair, brick-making, butter-and-cheese, and wine-making plants, as well as a clothes factory. The city was founded in 1821.

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The museum's samples that originated from Lugansk, Vilkovo, Bolgrad, Kiev, Vinnitsia, Ulanowka and Lvov (Fig.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Shabo, Frantsuz, Buchach, Tavria, Koktebel, Bolgrad, Klinkov
Avramov is the 45-th richest man in Ukraine with a fortune of around USD 352 M, acquired through an alcohol factory in Bolgrad, a coal mine in Donbass, coal enriching factories and a gas extraction company in Luhansk.
Switching sides The married father-of-four was born in the small southwestern town of Bolgrad and studied economics at Kiev State University.
By the Law for judicial organization of 1865, a tribunal was established in each county seat and it was composed of one or more sections; the area of competence of that tribunal was confused with that of the county, except for Ismail County that included also Bolgrad County.
The first represents an order of 15 May 1941 from Bolgrad District (raion) Executive Committee Chairman Galkin to one Kalgev (or Kalchev), chairman of the Kubei (or Cubei) village soviet, directing him to "compose lists of residents of your village soviet who are slated to be expelled from your village--one list for heads of the households [only], and another for those who will be expelled together with their families." The numbers of those to be expelled were to be communicated "immediately." The second document is an answer to that order; though it was not dated, one can safely assume that it was indeed delivered "immediately." Chairman Kalgev reported that 125 heads of household and 25 families were slated for expulsion from the village of Kubei.
The Bulgarian government has announced it is going to provide a total of BGN 100 000 for the repair of the burned Orthodox Christian Cathedral in the ethnic Bulgarian-populated town of Bolgrad in Ukraine.
Speaking during the first ever "National Fair" of the Bessarbian Bulgarians taking place in Sofia on Bulgaria's Independence Day, Dimitrov said official statistics showed there are about 250 000 ethnic Bulgarians living in today's Moldova, and another 300 000 in today's Ukraine in the Odessa and Bolgrad regions.