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a lake in Novgorod Oblast, RSFSR, 30 km southwest of Valdai. Area, about 35 sq km. The entire basin of the Lake Vel’e was joined to the basin of Lake Shlino by means of a blind dam that was constructed at the source of the Iavon River. Through Lake Shlino and the river emerging from it, the Shlina, the waters of Lake Vel’e feed the Tsna River, which forms part of the Vyshnii Volok water system.

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Vele's diverse industry experience includes serving as vice president, estimating, for Henegan Construction Co.
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Slavco Cadiev, Mayor of Veles Municipality said that he would inform about the investment once a contract has been signed with the investors from Slovakia.
Outside the Kosturnica Memorial in Veles, one of the most important cultural events in Macedonia was opened by Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska.
Todor Pendarov analyzes for Utrinski Vesnik the judgment in the Veles Court which rejected the appeal of Veles' resident the Government to pay damages that would be used for overhaul of the catastrophic pollution of the environment and the consequences that the Smelter caused in Veles.
Ilija Dimovski from ruling VMRO-DPMNE shoulder to shoulder with Marjanco Nikolov from SDSM and Andrej Zernovski from LDP protested together with the residents of Veles against the announced restart of the smelting plant in Veles.
At the request of Bulgaria's Enekod, which says it is Feni's owner, the procedure at the Veles Court of assessing whether the company should go into receivership has been stopped.
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