Strumica


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Strumica

(stro͞o`mĭtsä), town (1994 pop. 43,868), SE North Macedonia. It is an agricultural center reliant on tobacco, livestock, and cotton production. Strumica, an ancient town, was long under Turkish rule; it was ceded to Bulgaria in 1913 and to Yugoslavia in 1919, becoming part of the constituent republic of Macedonia. Landmarks include the ruins of a castle built by the Roman Emperor Tiberius and remains of a castle that belonged to the 14th-century Serbian hero Marko Kraljevich.
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The first joint meeting of the governments of the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria is held today in Strumica.
However, we encourage them to find a solution in the spirit of good-neighborliness and friendship, said the Prime Ministers of Macedonia and Bulgaria, Zoran Zaev and Boyko Borisov, in Strumica Thursday.
The wife of Verushevski and the other official from Strumica were sentenced with violence against high state officials as well, and the former ASC chief was sentenced with espionage and assisting in criminal activity.
Macedonian authorities say a police helicopter crashed overnight near the southern town of Strumica, killing all four people on board, the AP reports.
Skopje, Ramadan 14, 1435, Jul 11, 2014, SPA -- A Macedonian police helicopter crashed overnight during a training flight near the southern town of Strumica, killing all four people on board, authorities said Friday.
Two hundred kilometers to the south of Skopje, in Novo Selo Municipality near Strumica, on the northern slopes of Mount Belasica, there begins the story of the Smolare Waterfall set above the small town of Smolare and hidden among the centuries-old oak trees.
In response to VMRO-DPMNE's question of why they believe the public procurement deals that SDSM leader Zoran Zaev concluded as mayor of Strumica with the firms run by his fellow party member Cevtanka Ivanova are not scandalous, SDSM said Tuesday that the public procurements in the municipality of Strumica are an example of how the authorities should work lawfully, responsibly and in the best interest of the citizens.
Erol Rizaov comments for Utrinski Vesnik that the "yokel" from Strumica, as some rudely call the new leader of SDSM, unexpectedly showed more urban and civil manners, political and communication culture, which is unforgivable in Macedonia.
The Strumica Region in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is vulnerable to heat waves, often resulting in fires in the forests surrounding the city.
We have a lot of technical and organiza-tional problems, starting with the impossibility to complete the regional census commissions with Albanian census takers in Bitola, Strumica and Ohrid as well as in other cities," Bexheti said.
Located near Strumica, the company has been operating since November 2001.