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Dobrich

(dôbrēch`), city (1993 pop. 104,668), NE Bulgaria, a commercial and cultural center of the DobrujaDobruja
, Rom. Dobrogea, Bulg. Dobrudza, historic region, c.9,000 sq mi (23,300 sq km), SE Europe, in SE Romania and NE Bulgaria, between the lower Danube River and the Black Sea.
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 region. Foodstuffs and cotton textiles are produced. The city was called (1913–40) Bazargic under Romanian rule and was renamed (1949–91) Tolbukhin to honor the Soviet marshal who liberated it in 1944.
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Major organization : NATSIONALEN OSIGURITELEN INSTITUT CHREZ TP NA NOI DOBRICH (1210825210278)
The feed mill will buy grain from Dobrich region, known as Bulgariaas breadbasket, and from the surrounding regions of Ruse, Silistra, Shumen and Varna.
Major organization : OBSHTINA GRAD DOBRICH (000852932)
A total of 738 applications for residential property damage were filed in the Dobrich Municipality, Dnevnik informs.
Earlier this week, Dobrich Municipality asked for help from private companies, to provide disinfectants, dump trucks, and other necessary equipment for the cleanup.
The Plachi Dol reservoir is still overflowing, and the water levels in the northern Dobrich have not dropped at all.
The subject of this public procurement is "Execution of construction and erection works of existing buildings, sites, facilities and adjacent terrains for the needs of the Municipality of Dobrich under separate positions", as follows:
The railway stretch between Dobrich and Kardam, near the Romanian border, also remains closed.
This year's wheat harvest in Bulgaria's northeastern Dobrich region, the biggest grain producer in the country, has topped 578 814 tonnes, according to reports of the local agricultural service.
The northeastern Bulgarian city of Dobrich has become the second location in Bulgaria to open an electric vehicle charging station outside of the capital Sofia.