Tetovo


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Tetovo

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Macedonia. Located at the southern foot of the Šar Planina. Linked by rail with the cities of Skopje and Ohrid. Population, 40,000 (1974). Tetovo is the center of the agricultural region of the lower Polog valley. Industry is represented by a wool-weaving combine, a tannery, a tobacco factory, and a fruit and vegetable cannery. Chromites are mined near Tetovo, and there is production of ferrochromium. The city also has a chemical plant.

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Contract notice: Software services for multilingual work-flow at the State University of Tetovo.
Four people, three of them children aged 14, seven and one, were killed and over 11 were injured in the heavy rain and flash floods that hit the region of Tetovo Monday afternoon.
Another dozen people were injured but their condition was stable, said a police spokesman in Tetovo, a town in the area that was hardest hit by the flooding.
But new owners have pumped in cash and the Tetovo side are now on the up.
In order to realize the idea to unite the organizations, activities and independent Albanian intellectuals in Macedonia, "Unity" Movement signed a fundamental act in Tetovo which also joined citizens from Struga, Debar, Kicevo, Tetovo and Skopje.
Locals in Chukova Mahala, who are mostly elderly people, say they find it impossible to reach the single bakery in Tetovo, a village near Ruse, because it would take too long to walk there.
The Technological Industrial Zone in Tetovo is located on 95 hectares, and an Italian Company through their Company "Pro Compo" in Macedonia, started the construction of a plant for manufacturing composite materials in amount of 5 million euros.
Provoked by the "Day of the tree", Todor Pendarov in Utrinski vesnik comments that we "replanted our future" but no one remembered how many trees were cut down in Skopje, Bitola, Tetovo and how many green pastures were destroyed in order to construct new baroque buildings.
The price of water in Tetovo will increase by over 60 percent while the price for the service of collection and transport of waste will increase by 50 percent.
The Norwegian company Normak said that in the Tetovo industrial zone they will immediately begin working on the infrastructure whereupon contracts will be signed with interested investors, business plans will be tabled and a procedure will be launched for taking out the required building permits.
Lord Chris Patten, former EU Commissioner for External Relations and current Co-Chair of the International Crisis Group, was awarded the title Doctor Honoris Causa by the South East European University in Tetovo.