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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-01-15

Anadolu Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] PRIME MINISTER GUL RECEIVES JAPANESE AND PAKISTANI AMBASSADORS
  • [02] KRUEGER MEETS WITH OFFICIALS OF UNION OF TURKISH BANKS
  • [03] IMF FIRST DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR VISITS TUSIAD
  • [04] CENTRAL BANK GOVERNOR SERDENGECTI INFORMS CABINET
  • [05] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT SAYS 2002'S TOURISM SUCCESS WILL ALSO CONTINUE IN
  • [06] TURKEY SIGNS EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS PROTOCOL LIFTING DEATH
  • [07] TURKEY RANKED SEVENTH IN FIFA/COCA-COLA WORLD RANKING
  • [08] GERMAN COURT'S DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF KAPLAN TO TURKEY TO BECOME
  • [09] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER: ''ANY DEVELOPMENT REGARDING IRAQI ISSUE WILL
  • [10] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YALCINBAYIR SAYS GOVERNMENT TO INFORM PARLIAMENT
  • [11] PRESIDENT SEZER RATIFIES THREE LAWS
  • [12] DENKTAS SAYS THEY WILL CONTINUE CYPRUS TALKS WITH GOOD WILL
  • [13] ERDOGAN IN SHANGHAI
  • [14] EU COMMISSION'S COUNSELLOR TO TURKEY NARBONE HOPES REFORM PROCESS IN
  • [15] RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN ISTANBUL CALL FOR PEACE
  • [16] FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS PERMISSION TO U.S. TEAM TO INSPECT PORTS AND BASES
  • [17] WOLFOWITZ MEETS WITH GEN. ZORLU
  • [18] FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN BULUC: ''THERE IS NO CHANGE IN CYPRUS POLICY''
  • [19] FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''IT IS OUT OF QUESTION FOR US TO EXCLUDE ANY
  • [20] RED CRESCENT TO ERECT 24 THOUSAND TENTS IN SILOPI FOR POSSIBLE MIGRATION
  • [21] FOREIGN MINISTRY:''TRNC OFFICIALS TO ASSESS YESTERDAY'S RALLY AND PUBLIC
  • [22] ERDOGAN:''WE ARE RESOLVED ABOUT IRAQI ISSUE, WE WANT THIS ISSUE TO BE
  • [23] SCHMIERER: ''THE COURT DECIDED ON CONTINUATION OF IMPRISONMENT OF KAPLAN
  • [24] U.S. EXPERTS FINISH SITE-SURVEY IN TASUCU PORT IN MERSIN
  • [25] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC HOLDS A PRESS CONFERENCE IN TRNC
  • [26] EXTRADITION OF KAPLAN TO TURKEY TO BE EXAMINED
  • [27] A 14-MEMBER U.S. MILITARY DELEGATION PERFORMS SITE SURVEY AT ISTANBUL'S
  • [28] PRIME MINISTER GUL TO LEAVE FOR STRASBOURG
  • [29] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENE
  • [30] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC ATTENDS DINNER HOSTED BY TRNC PRIME MINISTER
  • [31] TUZMEN: ''MY VISIT TO IRAQ REACHED ITS POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL GOALS''

  • [01] PRIME MINISTER GUL RECEIVES JAPANESE AND PAKISTANI AMBASSADORS

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul separately received on Wednesday Japanese and Pakistani ambassadors.

    15.01.2003

    [02] KRUEGER MEETS WITH OFFICIALS OF UNION OF TURKISH BANKS

    ISTANBUL - International Monetary Fund (IMF) First Deputy Managing Director Anne Krueger met on Wednesday with the officials of Union of Turkish Banks in Istanbul.

    15.01.2003

    [03] IMF FIRST DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR VISITS TUSIAD

    ISTANBUL - International Monetary Fund (IMF) First Deputy Managing Director Anne Krueger visited on Wednesday Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (TUSIAD).

    15.01.2003

    [04] CENTRAL BANK GOVERNOR SERDENGECTI INFORMS CABINET

    ANKARA - Central Bank Governor Sureyya Serdengecti said on Wednesday that the atmosphere of trust has not been fully installed in the country yet.

    15.01.2003

    [05] TOURISM MINISTER AKSIT SAYS 2002'S TOURISM SUCCESS WILL ALSO CONTINUE IN 2003

    ANKARA - Tourism Minister Guldal Aksit said on Wednesday that 2002's tourism success will also be carried on in 2003 and their target was a total of 15 million tourists and 13 billion U.S. dollars income for 2003.

    15.01.2003

    [06] TURKEY SIGNS EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS PROTOCOL LIFTING DEATH PENALTY

    STRASBOURG - Turkey signed the European Convention on Human Rights Protocol no: 6 lifting death penalty on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [07] TURKEY RANKED SEVENTH IN FIFA/COCA-COLA WORLD RANKING

    ANKARA - Turkey was ranked the seventh in the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA)/Coca-Cola World Ranking in January with 736 points.

    15.01.2003

    [08] GERMAN COURT'S DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF KAPLAN TO TURKEY TO BECOME FINAL IN TWO MONTHS AT EARLIEST

    ANKARA - The final decision about the extradition of Metin Kaplan, the administrator of the Union of Islamic Communities and Societies (ICCB) can come out in two months at the earliest.

    15.01.2003

    [09] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER: ''ANY DEVELOPMENT REGARDING IRAQI ISSUE WILL NOT AFFECT OUR ECONOMIC TARGETS''

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, government spokesman Abdullatif Sener said on Wednesday that any development that could occur regarding Iraqi issue would not affect their economic targets.

    15.01.2003

    [10] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YALCINBAYIR SAYS GOVERNMENT TO INFORM PARLIAMENT ABOUT IRAQ AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Ertugrul Yalcınbayir said on Wednesday that the government will inform the parliament about developments regarding Iraq as soon as possible

    15.01.2003

    [11] PRESIDENT SEZER RATIFIES THREE LAWS

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer ratified on Wednesday three laws.

    15.01.2003

    [12] DENKTAS SAYS THEY WILL CONTINUE CYPRUS TALKS WITH GOOD WILL

    LEFKOSA - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Rauf Denktas said on Wednesday that they would continue Cyprus talks with good will.

    15.01.2003

    [13] ERDOGAN IN SHANGHAI

    SHANGHAI - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to Shanghai on Thursday.

    15.01.2003

    [14] EU COMMISSION'S COUNSELLOR TO TURKEY NARBONE HOPES REFORM PROCESS IN TURKEY WILL CONTINUE

    ANKARA - Luigi Narbone, the Counsellor of the European Union (EU) Commission's Representation to Turkey, said on Wednesday that Turkey rapidly fulfilled structural reforms to become an EU full member and hoped that reform process would continue in the same way.

    15.01.2003

    [15] RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN ISTANBUL CALL FOR PEACE

    ISTANBUL - The leaders of the religious communities in Istanbul issued statements on Wednesday opposing to a possible operation in Iraq and said they favour peace.

    15.01.2003

    [16] FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS PERMISSION TO U.S. TEAM TO INSPECT PORTS AND BASES IN TURKEY DOES NOT MEAN TURKEY CONSENTS TO FURTHER STEPS

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Yusuf Buluc said on Wednesday that the memorandum of understanding on permission to U.S. team to inspect air bases and ports in Turkey did not mean that Turkey had consented to further steps of the United States.

    15.01.2003

    [17] WOLFOWITZ MEETS WITH GEN. ZORLU

    KABUL - U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz met with International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander Gen. Hilmi Zorlu on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [18] FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN BULUC: ''THERE IS NO CHANGE IN CYPRUS POLICY''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Yusuf Buluc said on Wednesday that there is no development in Cyprus that can be considered as change of policy in Cyprus.

    15.01.2003

    [19] FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''IT IS OUT OF QUESTION FOR US TO EXCLUDE ANY INITIATIVE AIMING AT A PEACEFUL SOLUTION TO IRAQI ISSUE''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Yusuf Buluc said on Wednesday that they would not exclude any initiative aiming at a peaceful solution to Iraqi issue.

    15.01.2003

    [20] RED CRESCENT TO ERECT 24 THOUSAND TENTS IN SILOPI FOR POSSIBLE MIGRATION

    SILOPI - Aid organization Kizilay (Red Crescent) will erect twenty-four thousand tents in Ortakoy region in Silopi town of southeastern province of Sirnak for refugees that are expected to migrate to Turkey in case of a possible U.S. military operation against Iraq.

    15.01.2003

    [21] FOREIGN MINISTRY:''TRNC OFFICIALS TO ASSESS YESTERDAY'S RALLY AND PUBLIC OPINION PREFERENCES''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Yusuf Buluc said on Wednesday that TRNC officials will assess Tuesday's rally and the public opinion preferences which were put forward during the rally, adding that it is the mission of TRNC to come to a conclusion.

    15.01.2003

    [22] ERDOGAN:''WE ARE RESOLVED ABOUT IRAQI ISSUE, WE WANT THIS ISSUE TO BE SORTED OUT WITH PEACE''

    BEIJING - AK Party leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that the government is resolved about the Iraqi issue, adding that ''we want this issue to be sorted out with peace.''

    15.01.2003

    [23] SCHMIERER: ''THE COURT DECIDED ON CONTINUATION OF IMPRISONMENT OF KAPLAN AND IT WILL TAKE ANOTHER DECISION ON HIS EXTRADITION LATER''

    BERLIN - German Justice Ministry Spokesman Eva Schmierer has said that the Dusseldorf State Supreme Court had decided on continuation of Islamic Society and Communities Association (ICCB) head Metin Kaplan's imprisonment for his extradition to Turkey.

    15.01.2003

    [24] U.S. EXPERTS FINISH SITE-SURVEY IN TASUCU PORT IN MERSIN

    SILIFKE - A delegation comprising U.S. experts who came to Turkey under the permit given by the government for site-surveys in some bases and ports in Turkey, carried out a site-survey together with Turkish officials in Tasucu port in Silifke town of southern province of Mersin on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [25] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC HOLDS A PRESS CONFERENCE IN TRNC

    GIRNE - Parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc said on Wednesday, ''it is not possible to accept the idea defending that let's enter the European Union (EU) at any cost, as the basic element in efforts to find a solution to the Cyprus question.''

    15.01.2003

    [26] EXTRADITION OF KAPLAN TO TURKEY TO BE EXAMINED

    BERLIN - Extradition of Metin Kaplan, the head of Islamic Society and Communities Association (ICCB) that was banned in Germany, to Turkey would be examined, a spokesman from the Dusseldorf State Supreme Court said on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [27] A 14-MEMBER U.S. MILITARY DELEGATION PERFORMS SITE SURVEY AT ISTANBUL'S SABIHA GOKCEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

    ISTANBUL - A 14-member U.S. military delegation started performing site survey at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen International Airport on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [28] PRIME MINISTER GUL TO LEAVE FOR STRASBOURG

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul will leave for Strasbourg on January 27 upon invitation of Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (COEPA) President Peter Schieder.

    15.01.2003

    [29] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENE

    ANKARA - The Council of Ministers convened under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Abdullah Gul on Wednesday.

    15.01.2003

    [30] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC ATTENDS DINNER HOSTED BY TRNC PRIME MINISTER EROGLU

    LEFKOSA - Parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc said on Wednesday that Turkish Cypriots are in an important negotiation process for their future and Turkey supports the efforts of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Rauf Denktas for reaching a solution.

    15.01.2003

    [31] TUZMEN: ''MY VISIT TO IRAQ REACHED ITS POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL GOALS''

    BEIJING - State Minister Kursad Tuzmen said on Wednesday that his visit to Iraq had reached its political and commercial goals.

    15.01.2003


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