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Interior Ministry Invests In Plovdiv And Stara Zagora

Stara ZagoraA new player looks set to make new investments in Bulgaria's real estate market. Interior Ministry chief, Mihail Mihov, turned the first sod on April 22 to start construction on the second regional police office headquarters in Stara Zagora.Later that day, Mihov went to Plovdiv and participated in the official opening ceremony of the newest police precinct in the Trakia borough in the city. The new police base in Plovdiv has been sponsored in full by the Interior Ministry and occupies more than 3500 sq m of a parcel of land conceded by the local municipality.The value of the Plovdiv police station, which was developed by Bibov and Co OOD, amounts to more than three million leva. Chief architects for the design are Rumen Galov and Engineer Panayot Notov.The new facility is compartmentalised into two main sections, the first consisting of two storeys and the second of four-storey buildings. Architects insist that the building is modern, efficient and practical and that it complies with Bulgarian and international legislation as well as European construction standards.Equipped with a large and modern administrative centre, and a new conference hall the new police station will serve 80 000 citizens who reside in the Trakia borough and the villages of Yagodovo and Krumovo.Meanwhile, the Second Precinct police station in Stara Zagora, which is under construction, will be erected in the borough of Zheleznik.