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Location of Eastern statistical region

The Eastern statistical region is one of eight arbitrary statistical regions in the Republic of Macedonia. Eastern, located in the eastern part of the country, borders Bulgaria. Internally, it borders Vardar, Skopje, Northeastern, and Southeastern statistical regions.

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Municipalities

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Eastern statistical region is divided into 13 municipalities:

  1. Berovo
  2. Češinovo-Obleševo
  3. Delčevo
  4. Karbinci
  5. Kočani
  6. Lozovo
  7. Makedonska Kamenica
  8. Pehčevo
  9. Probištip
  10. Štip
  11. Sveti Nikole
  12. Vinica
  13. Zrnovci

Demographics

Population

The current population of the Eastern Statistical Region is 203, 213 citizens or about 10% of the total population of the Republic of Macedonia, according to the last population census in 2002.

Census Year Population Change
1994 201,525 N/A
2002 203,213 +1.94%

Largest settlements

Following is a list of the largest cities, towns, and villages in the region.

Rank City Population
1 Štip 40,016
2 Kočani 28,330
3 Probištip 16,193
4 Sveti Nikole 13,746
5 Delčevo 11,500
6 Vinica 10,803
7 Berovo 7,002
8 Makedonska Kamenica 5,147
9 Pehčevo 3,237
10 Zrnovci 2,278
11 Obleševo 1,131

Ethnicities

The largest ethnic group in the region is, by far, the Macedonians.

Number %
TOTAL 203, 213 100
Macedonians 188,522 92.77
Romany 6,927 3.40
Turks 2,636 1.29
Vlachs 2,514 1.23
others 2,614 1.28

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