The census of 2004 not includes the population of Transnistria, where Bulgarians-Slavic-13 858 2.50% and Turkspeaking-4096 0.74% are about 3.2% of the population.The total their number is around 20 000.
The entire territory of Moldova, including Transnistria and Gagauzia in 2004
.- Turkspeaking Bulgarians were recorded in the census as the Gagauz.
- Volga-Bulgarians were recorded as Chuvash.
43 150 inhabitants
Cultural Autonomous Region of the Slavic Bulgarians minority.
The Slavic Bulgarians represent 66 % of the region population.Their number according to official figures is 28 293. In region are living and Moldovan-13, 9%, Gagauz-3 500 (8.3%), Ukrainians-6, 1%, Russians - 5%, Romanians-1%.
City Taraklia -13 700 inhabitants Slavonic-10 732 (78-90%) and turkspeaking Bulgarians,Moldovans,Russians,Ukrainians.The city was founded in 1813 by Bessarabian Bulgarians.
village of Korten-3407-4500 inhabitants Slavonic Bulgarians-3036 87.5%,Russians,Moldovans and Turkspeaking Bulgarians.It was founded by bulgarians imigrants from the village of Korten from Slivens region of Bulgaria.
Kayrakliya village-2124 inhabitants Slavic Bulgarians-1733 81.6%, Turkspeaking Bulgarians-10%, Moldovans, Ukrainians, Russians.It was founded in 1822.
Tvarditsa village, between 5882 and 7000 inhabitants Slavonic Bulgarians-5396 5396 91.7%,Moldovans,Turkspeaking Bulgarians,Ukrainians,Russians.The village was founded by bulgarians imigrants from Tvarditsa-Sliven Region and people from Sofia Region of Bulgaria.It was founded in 1830 and has 1700 houses.The inhabitants of the village are selfnamed- Shopians Bulgarians.
village Staro Valea Perzhey-4986 inhabitants Slavic Bulgarians people-3792 76%, Moldovans-20%, Russians, Turkspeaking Bulgarians.
Besarabyaska-12 876 inhabitants, Moldovans-35%, Russians-20%, Turkspeaking-20% and Slavic-Bulgarians-10%, Ukrainians 15%.
Karabibir-Turkspeaking Bulgarians and Moldovans.
Iserliya village-Moldovans-40%, Slavic- 27% and Turkspeaking Bulgarians, Russians and Ukrainians.
Ivanovka village-Moldovans, Ukrainians and Bulgarians.
Bogdanovka village-Moldovans and Bulgarians,which are imigrants from Opanets village-Northeastern of Bulgaria.
Bashkaliya village-A population census was recorded mainly Moldovans as little Gagauz.According to others data Slavic-Bulgarians population constitute the majority of this village.From that village is former Prime Minister of Moldova Vasile Tarlev, who is of ethnic Bulgarian.Bulgarians are imigrants from Izvornik village and Esenitsa village- Northeastern Bulgaria.