Southeastern Statistical Region

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Southeastern Statistical Region
statistical region
Southeastern statistical region en.svg
Country  Macedonia

The Southeastern Statistical Region is one of eight statistical regions of the Republic of Macedonia. Southeastern, located in the southeastern part of the country, borders Greece and Bulgaria. Internally, it borders the Vardar and Eastern statistical regions.

Municipalities[edit]

The municipalities of the region

The Southeastern statistical region is divided into 10 municipalities:

Demographics[edit]

Map of the largest ethnic groups in the region

Population[edit]

The current population of the Southeastern Statistical Region is 171,416 citizens, according to the last population census in 2002.

Census Year Population Change
1994 167,941 N/A
2002 171,416 +3.13%

Ethnicities[edit]

The largest ethnic group in the region are the Macedonians.

Number %
TOTAL 171,416 100
Macedonians 154,957 90.4
Turks 12,661 7.4
Serbs 1,194 0.7
others 2,604 1.5


Coordinates: 41°25′48″N 22°39′36″E / 41.4300°N 22.6600°E / 41.4300; 22.6600