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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-01-09

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] TEKIN: ''IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT A TECHNICAL DEFICIENCY AT
  • [02] PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS OF GREECE SENDS A MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT SEZER TO
  • [03] NEYZI: ''IN CASE OF A WAR, TURKEY WILL SUFFER A LOSS OF APPROXIMATELY
  • [04] PRIME MINISTER GUL DUE TO SAUDI ARABIA AND IRAN
  • [05] GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER OFFERS HIS CONDOLENCES FOR PLANE CRASH IN
  • [06] TURKISH-U.S. BUSINESS COUNCIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO BE HELD IN ISTANBUL
  • [07] PAKISTAN PRESIDENT MUSHARRAF AND PRIME MINISTER JAMALI OFFER CONDOLENCES
  • [08] POPE JOHN PAUL II SENDS CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO FOREIGN MINISTRY
  • [09] GERMAN PRESIDENT SENDS CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT SEZER
  • [10] KANADOGLU SENDS HIS OPINION ON MERITS OF CASE TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
  • [11] PRIME MINISTER GUL: ''WHAT IS CLEAR IS THAT PLANE CRASHED DUE TO FOG''
  • [12] ANKARA DECIDES TO SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON DEMAND OF UNITED
  • [13] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT SAYS FUTURE OF TOURISM INDUSTRY WILL BE SHAPED
  • [14] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES INCREASE BY USD 281 MILLION
  • [15] TURKEY REPAYS USD 73.35 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT BETWEEN JANUARY 1-8
  • [16] STATE MINISTER TUZMEN: ''OUR EXPORT TARGET IN 2003 IS NEARLY 40 BILLION
  • [17] ERDOGAN SAYS IT WILL BE BETTER TO DISCUSS ISSUES CONCERNING TURKEY WHEN
  • [18] KDP LEADER BARZANI MEETS FOREIGN MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL
  • [19] GENERAL STAFF SAYS FOUR PILOTS DIED IN CRASH
  • [20] PRESIDENT SEZER EXPRESSES DEEP SORROW OVER PLANE CRASHES
  • [21] MILITARY PLANES CRASH IN MALATYA -YILDIRIM: ''THERE HAS STILL NOT
  • [22] TWO RECONNAISSANCE PLANES CRASH IN MALATYA DURING TRAINING FLIGHT
  • [23] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER AND TRANSPORTATION MINISTER YILDIRIM HOLD
  • [24] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN IN TURKMENISTAN
  • [25] A TOTAL OF 32 DEAD BODIES OF PEOPLE WHO DIED IN PLANE CRASH IN DIYARBAKIR
  • [26] PRIME MINISTER GUL LEAVES FOR MARDIN
  • [27] OZKOK: ''TSK HAS SOME ELEMENTS IN NORTHERN IRAQ. THEY HAVE SOME MISSIONS.
  • [28] INJURED BABY DIES

  • [01] TEKIN: ''IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT A TECHNICAL DEFICIENCY AT DIYARBAKIR AIRPORT ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL CRITERIA''

    ANKARA - State Airports Administration (DHMI) Director General Mahmut Tekin said on Thursday, ''it is impossible to talk about a technical deficiency at the Diyarbakir Airport on the basis of international criteria.''

    09.01.2003

    [02] PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS OF GREECE SENDS A MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT SEZER TO OFFER HIS CONDOLENCES

    ATHENS - President Kostis Stephanopoulos of Greece sent a message to President Ahmet Necdet Sezer on Thursday, and offered his condolences about yesterday's plane crash in southeastern province of Diyarbakir.

    09.01.2003

    [03] NEYZI: ''IN CASE OF A WAR, TURKEY WILL SUFFER A LOSS OF APPROXIMATELY 14.2 BILLION U.S. DOLLARS''

    ANKARA - Turkey-Iraq Business Council Chairman Mehmet Ali Neyzi said on Thursday, ''in a possible military operation against Iraq, Turkey will suffer a loss of approximately 14 billion 259 million U.S. dollars.''

    09.01.2003

    [04] PRIME MINISTER GUL DUE TO SAUDI ARABIA AND IRAN

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul will continue his tour to Middle Eastern countries aiming at finding a peaceful solution to the issue of Iraq, by paying visits to Saudi Arabia and Iran.

    09.01.2003

    [05] GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER OFFERS HIS CONDOLENCES FOR PLANE CRASH IN DIYARBAKIR

    BERLIN - German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder sent condolence letter on Thursday to Prime Minister Abdullah Gul for the plane crash which happened in southeastern Diyarbakir province on Wednesday.

    09.01.2003

    [06] TURKISH-U.S. BUSINESS COUNCIL GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO BE HELD IN ISTANBUL

    ISTANBUL - Turkish-U.S. Business Council General Assembly will be held in Istanbul on Friday.

    09.01.2003

    [07] PAKISTAN PRESIDENT MUSHARRAF AND PRIME MINISTER JAMALI OFFER CONDOLENCES FOR PLANE CRASH IN DIYARBAKIR

    ANKARA - Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali sent condolence messages on Thursday to President Ahmet Necdet Sezer for the plane crash which happened in southeastern Diyarbakir province on Wednesday.

    09.01.2003

    [08] POPE JOHN PAUL II SENDS CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO FOREIGN MINISTRY

    ANKARA - Pope John Paul II sent on Thursday a condolence message to the Foreign Ministry in the wake of the plane crash in southeastern Diyarbakir province.

    09.01.2003

    [09] GERMAN PRESIDENT SENDS CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT SEZER

    BERLIN - German President Johannes Rau sent on Thursday a condolence message to President Ahmet Necdet Sezer over the plane crash in southeastern Diyarbakir province.

    09.01.2003

    [10] KANADOGLU SENDS HIS OPINION ON MERITS OF CASE TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

    ANKARA - Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Prosecutor Sabih Kanadoglu sent his opinion on merits of the case he had sued with request for closure of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party), to the Constitutional Court.

    09.01.2003

    [11] PRIME MINISTER GUL: ''WHAT IS CLEAR IS THAT PLANE CRASHED DUE TO FOG''

    DIYARBAKIR - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Thursday that what was clear was that the plane en route from Istanbul to southeastern Diyarbakir province crashed during landing at Diyarbakir airport due to fog.

    09.01.2003

    [12] ANKARA DECIDES TO SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON DEMAND OF UNITED STATES FOR SITE SURVEY IN BASES AND PORTS

    ANKARA - Ankara decided on Thursday to sign the memorandum of understanding on the demand of the United States for site survey in bases and ports in Turkey.

    09.01.2003

    [13] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT SAYS FUTURE OF TOURISM INDUSTRY WILL BE SHAPED WITH QUALITY, SUSTAINABILITY AND TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS

    SOFIA - Tourism Minister Guldal Aksit said on Thursday that future of world tourism industry would be shaped with ''quality'', ''sustainability'' and ''technology'' concepts.

    09.01.2003

    [14] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES INCREASE BY USD 281 MILLION

    ANKARA - Foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank increased by 281 million U.S. dollars between December 27, 2002 and January 3, 2003.

    09.01.2003

    [15] TURKEY REPAYS USD 73.35 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT BETWEEN JANUARY 1-8

    ANKARA - Turkey repaid a total of 72.35 million U.S. dollars in external debt between January 1-8, 2003

    09.01.2003

    [16] STATE MINISTER TUZMEN: ''OUR EXPORT TARGET IN 2003 IS NEARLY 40 BILLION U.S. DOLLARS''

    ISTANBUL - State Minister Kursad Tuzmen has said, ''our export target in 2003 is nearly forty billion U.S. dollars or maybe more.''

    09.01.2003

    [17] ERDOGAN SAYS IT WILL BE BETTER TO DISCUSS ISSUES CONCERNING TURKEY WHEN HE RETURNS TURKEY

    ASKHABAD - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday concerning Chief of General Staff Hilmi Ozkok's statements that it will be better to discuss issues concerning Turkey when he returns Turkey.

    09.01.2003

    [18] KDP LEADER BARZANI MEETS FOREIGN MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL

    ANKARA - Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) leader Massoud Barzani met on Thursday with Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Ugur Ziyal.

    09.01.2003

    [19] GENERAL STAFF SAYS FOUR PILOTS DIED IN CRASH

    ANKARA - General Staff said on Thursday that four pilots died in plane crash in eastern Malatya Province.

    09.01.2003

    [20] PRESIDENT SEZER EXPRESSES DEEP SORROW OVER PLANE CRASHES

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer expressed on Thursday deep sorrow over plane accidents that occurred in southeastern Diyarbakir and eastern Malatya provinces and offered condolences.

    09.01.2003

    [21] MILITARY PLANES CRASH IN MALATYA -YILDIRIM: ''THERE HAS STILL NOT INFORMATION ON POSSIBLE CASUALTIES''

    DIYARBAKIR - Transportation Minister Binali Yildirim has said that they had not received clear information on possible casualties after collision of two F4 fighter planes in the air in eastern province of Malatya on Thursday.

    09.01.2003

    [22] TWO RECONNAISSANCE PLANES CRASH IN MALATYA DURING TRAINING FLIGHT

    DIYARBAKIR - Two R-F4 reconnaissance planes crashed on air during training flight near Yalimkaya Village in Akcadag Township in eastern Malatya province on Thursday.

    09.01.2003

    [23] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER AND TRANSPORTATION MINISTER YILDIRIM HOLD SEARCHES ON SPOT WHERE PLANE CRASHED

    DIYARBAKIR - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener and Transportation Minister Binali Yildirim on Thursday held searches on the spot where the plane crashed.

    09.01.2003

    [24] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN IN TURKMENISTAN

    AŞKABAT - Turkmen President Saparmurad Turkmenbasi on Thursday received Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    09.01.2003

    [25] A TOTAL OF 32 DEAD BODIES OF PEOPLE WHO DIED IN PLANE CRASH IN DIYARBAKIR IDENTIFIED

    DIYARBAKIR - A total of 32 dead bodies of people who died in plane crash in Diyarbakir province were identified on Thursday.

    09.01.2003

    [26] PRIME MINISTER GUL LEAVES FOR MARDIN

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul left for southeastern Mardin province on Thursday to go to southeastern Diyarbakir province aiming to hold searches about the plane crash.

    09.01.2003

    [27] OZKOK: ''TSK HAS SOME ELEMENTS IN NORTHERN IRAQ. THEY HAVE SOME MISSIONS. THIS FORCE IS EXAGGERATED IN PRESS. WE FEEL SAD ABOUT IT''

    ANKARA - Chief of General Staff Gen. Hilmi Ozkok said late on Wednesday that Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) had some elements in Northern Iraq and they had some missions there, stating that this force was exaggerated in the press and they felt sad about it.

    09.01.2003

    [28] INJURED BABY DIES

    DIYARBAKIR - Helin Kiran, the baby who was injured in the plane crash in southeastern Diyarbakir province, died in Dicle University Faculty of Medicine Hospital where she was taken under medical treatment early on Thursday.

    Thus, the death toll rose to 75.

    09.01.2003


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