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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-01-11

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] TREASURY TO REPAY 234.7 MILLION USD IN EXTERNAL DEBT THIS WEEK
  • [02] YALCINBAYIR: ''WE ARE MAKING SERIOUS STUDIES REGARDING POSSIBLE WAR
  • [03] TURKISH SOLDIERS HELP KABUL UNIVERSITY
  • [04] DEMONSTRATIONS HELD IN ANKARA AND IZMIR TO PROTEST POSSIBLE OPERATION IN
  • [05] STATE MINISTER TUZMEN SAYS TURKEY HAS TO SUPPORT PEACEFUL SOLUTION
  • [06] PRIME MINISTER GUL ARRIVES IN SAUDI ARABIA
  • [07] AKSIT: ''WE SHOULD THINK OF SOME MEASURES IN CASE OF A POSSIBLE OPERATION
  • [08] CHP LEADER BAYKAL SAYS PARLIAMENT HAS TO BECOME PART OF IRAQI ISSUE
  • [09] HIGHER BOARD OF ELECTION TO DECIDE ON DATE OF BY-ELECTIONS IN SIIRT NEXT
  • [10] PRIME MINISTER GUL:''IF ONE DAY AN ISSUE HAS TO GO TO PARLIAMENT, IT WILL
  • [11] GUL:''IN FACT TURKEY SUFFERED A LOT FROM THINGS THAT HAPPENED IN THE
  • [12] THERE ARE 2.37 MILLION UNEMPLOYED PERSONS IN TURKEY
  • [13] PRIME MINISTER GUL LEAVES FOR SAUDI ARABIA
  • [14] EU ADJUSTMENT LAW LIFTS LEGAL BASIS OF CLOSURE CASE AGAINST AK PARTY
  • [15] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT:''WE REACHED 11.5 BILLION DOLLARS OF TOURISM
  • [16] JOINT PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSION TO BE FORMED BETWEEN TURKEY AND TRNC
  • [17] ERDOGAN: ''WE SHOULD DO WHAT IS NECESSARY TO SHORTEN THE LONG DISTANCE
  • [18] EU ADJUSTMENT LAW GOES INTO FORCE

  • [01] TREASURY TO REPAY 234.7 MILLION USD IN EXTERNAL DEBT THIS WEEK

    ANKARA - Treasury will repay 234.7 million U.S. dollars in external debt this week.

    11.01.2003

    [02] YALCINBAYIR: ''WE ARE MAKING SERIOUS STUDIES REGARDING POSSIBLE WAR AGAINST IRAQ''

    BURSA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Ertugrul Yalcinbayir said, ''we are making serious studies regarding a possible war against Iraq. Those studies caused much more interest in Europe and the world than Turkey.''

    11.01.2003

    [03] TURKISH SOLDIERS HELP KABUL UNIVERSITY

    KABUL - Kabul University's printing centre which was repaired by the Turkish soldiers of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan, opened in a ceremony on Saturday.

    11.01.2003

    [04] DEMONSTRATIONS HELD IN ANKARA AND IZMIR TO PROTEST POSSIBLE OPERATION IN IRAQ

    ANKARA/IZMIR - Demonstrations were held on Saturday in Ankara and Izmir to protest the possible operation against Iraq

    11.01.2003

    [05] STATE MINISTER TUZMEN SAYS TURKEY HAS TO SUPPORT PEACEFUL SOLUTION

    BAGHDAD - State Minister Kursat Tuzmen said on Saturday that ''Turkey has to support peaceful solution of the Iraqi problem as much as it can.''

    11.01.2003

    [06] PRIME MINISTER GUL ARRIVES IN SAUDI ARABIA

    RIYADH - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul arrived in Saudi Arabia on Saturday within the scope of his visit to certain Middle East countries for solution of the Iraqi problem by peaceful means.

    11.01.2003

    [07] AKSIT: ''WE SHOULD THINK OF SOME MEASURES IN CASE OF A POSSIBLE OPERATION AGAINST IRAQ''

    DUSSELDORF - Tourism Minister Guldal Aksit said on Saturday that Turkey had to think of some measures in case of a possible operation against Iraq and added that's why they formed a crisis desk.

    11.01.2003

    [08] CHP LEADER BAYKAL SAYS PARLIAMENT HAS TO BECOME PART OF IRAQI ISSUE

    ANKARA - Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal claimed on Saturday that the government does not act consistent in its policies.

    11.01.2003

    [09] HIGHER BOARD OF ELECTION TO DECIDE ON DATE OF BY-ELECTIONS IN SIIRT NEXT WEEK

    ANKARA - Higher Board of Election will decide next week if the by-elections to be held in Siirt province is held on March 9, rather than February 8.

    11.01.2003

    [10] PRIME MINISTER GUL:''IF ONE DAY AN ISSUE HAS TO GO TO PARLIAMENT, IT WILL DEFINITELY BE DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that if one day an issue has to go to the parliament, it will definitely be discussed in the parliament.

    11.01.2003

    [11] GUL:''IN FACT TURKEY SUFFERED A LOT FROM THINGS THAT HAPPENED IN THE REGION''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that Turkey suffered a lot from the things that happened in the region, adding that ''all of us have to think about our country. The interests of the country and the nation come before everything.''

    11.01.2003

    [12] THERE ARE 2.37 MILLION UNEMPLOYED PERSONS IN TURKEY

    ANKARA - In Turkey, there are 2.37 million unemployed persons and the unemployment rate is 9.9 percent according to 2002 data. The number of unemployed persons increased by 1.07 million in the last two years.

    11.01.2003

    [13] PRIME MINISTER GUL LEAVES FOR SAUDI ARABIA

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul left for Saudi Arabia on Saturday to discuss Iraq issue.

    11.01.2003

    [14] EU ADJUSTMENT LAW LIFTS LEGAL BASIS OF CLOSURE CASE AGAINST AK PARTY

    ANKARA - As the EU adjustment package went into force, there has been no legal basis left in the closure case filed against AK Party.

    11.01.2003

    [15] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT:''WE REACHED 11.5 BILLION DOLLARS OF TOURISM INCOME IN 2002''

    DUSSELDORF - Tourism Minister Guldal Aksit who attended the ceremony held upon the publication of ''Summer Catalogue'' of Gorgulu Travel International (GTI) in Dusseldorf, said on Saturday that Turkey reached 11.5 billion dollars of tourism income last year calling on tourism operators to believe and invest in Turkey.

    11.01.2003

    [16] JOINT PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSION TO BE FORMED BETWEEN TURKEY AND TRNC

    ANKARA - The agreement on formation of Joint Parliamentary Commission (JPC) between Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) was issued in the Official Gazette on Saturday.

    11.01.2003

    [17] ERDOGAN: ''WE SHOULD DO WHAT IS NECESSARY TO SHORTEN THE LONG DISTANCE BETWEEN TURKEY AND KAZAKHSTAN''

    ASTANA - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is currently in Kazakhstan, said on Saturday that necessary efforts should be exerted to shorten the long distance between Turkey and Kazakhstan.

    11.01.2003

    [18] EU ADJUSTMENT LAW GOES INTO FORCE

    ANKARA - The law No:4778 which made certain amendments in various laws within the framework of adjustment to Copenhagen political criteria and Constitution, which is known as the European Union (EU) adjustment law, went into force on Saturday.

    11.01.2003


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