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Nov 27, 2007 16:42 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria on Tuesday afternoon reopened for traffic its major Black Sea ports of Burgas and Varna which were closed earlier in the day due to strong winds.
The port in Varna reopened at 1445 GMT and it was unlikely to be closed again soon as winds subsided, a port official told SeeNews by telephone from Varna.
The port of Burgas was reopened for trafffic at 1315 GMT, the port said in a statement.
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