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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-01-28

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] YSK MEETING ENDS
  • [02] TRNC'S PROPOSALS CONVEYED TO U.N. IN WRITTEN FORM
  • [03] PRIME MINISTER GUL TALKS TO BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ON PHONE
  • [04] DE SOTO:''BOTH SIDES IN CYPRUS SHOULD HAVE POLITICAL WILLINGNESS TO REACH
  • [05] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL RETURNS FROM DAVOS
  • [06] IRANIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SPOKESMAN DUE TO TURKEY
  • [07] MEETING HELD AT PRIME MINISTRY OFFICE ON FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES
  • [08] U.S. HUMANITARIAN AID DELEGATION ARRIVES IN ANKARA
  • [09] YALCINBAYIR: ''WHAT IS IMPORTANT IS TO SERVE PEACE''
  • [10] DIE ANNOUNCES TURKEY'S TOURISM INCOMES AS USD 2.2 BILLION IN
  • [11] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN SAYS TURKEY HAS BECOME A COUNTRY WHICH WILL
  • [12] PULUMUR MAYOR COSKUN: ''A TOTAL OF 40 CONTAINERS WILL BE ASSEMBLED''
  • [13] FOREIGN TRADE FIGURES
  • [14] GAP EXPORTS USD 385.2 MILLION OF TEXTILE PRODUCTS IN 2002
  • [15] A TOTAL OF 269 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED IN PULUMUR
  • [16] FOREIGN MINISTER YAKIS: ''TURKEY WILL NOT ACCEPT ANYTHING WHICH TRNC WILL
  • [17] PRIME MINISTER GUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

  • [01] YSK MEETING ENDS

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Tuesday that the government decided to take out the nonfeasible projects which lost their priority from the investment programme and to finish the feasible projects as soon as possible.

    28.01.2003

    [02] TRNC'S PROPOSALS CONVEYED TO U.N. IN WRITTEN FORM

    LEFKOSA - The demands of TRNC for amendment in Annan's plan have been conveyed to the U.N. in written form.

    28.01.2003

    [03] PRIME MINISTER GUL TALKS TO BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ON PHONE

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul had a telephone talk with British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Tuesday.

    28.01.2003

    [04] DE SOTO:''BOTH SIDES IN CYPRUS SHOULD HAVE POLITICAL WILLINGNESS TO REACH SOLUTION''

    ANKARA - Alvaro De Soto, the special representative of U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan for Cyprus said on Tuesday that there should be political willingness in both sides to reach solution in Cyprus

    28.01.2003

    [05] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL RETURNS FROM DAVOS

    ISTANBUL - National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul who was in Davos, Switzerland, to attend the World Economic Forum meetings, returned to Turkey on Tuesday.

    28.01.2003

    [06] IRANIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SPOKESMAN DUE TO TURKEY

    TEHRAN - Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi will go to Turkey on an official visit.

    28.01.2003

    [07] MEETING HELD AT PRIME MINISTRY OFFICE ON FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES

    ANKARA - A meeting was held at the Prime Ministry Office on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Abdullah Gul.

    28.01.2003

    [08] U.S. HUMANITARIAN AID DELEGATION ARRIVES IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Humanitarian aid delegation headed by U.S. Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary Richard L. Green for Population, Refugees and Migration held contacts in Foreign Ministry on Tuesday.

    28.01.2003

    [09] YALCINBAYIR: ''WHAT IS IMPORTANT IS TO SERVE PEACE''

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Ertugrul Yalcinbayir said on Tuesday that what was important was to serve peace and stated that if Turkey completed its active peace process successfully, it would gain much more esteem in the world.

    28.01.2003

    [10] DIE ANNOUNCES TURKEY'S TOURISM INCOMES AS USD 2.2 BILLION IN OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2002

    ANKARA - Turkey obtained 2 billion 278 million 148 thousand 761 U.S. dollars from tourism sector between October and December 2002.

    28.01.2003

    [11] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN SAYS TURKEY HAS BECOME A COUNTRY WHICH WILL DETERMINE DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING A POSSIBLE WAR ON IRAQ

    ANKARA - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that Turkey had become a country which would determine developments regarding a possible war on Iraq.

    28.01.2003

    [12] PULUMUR MAYOR COSKUN: ''A TOTAL OF 40 CONTAINERS WILL BE ASSEMBLED''

    PULUMUR - Pulumur Mayor Mesut Coskun said on Tuesday that 40 containers would be assembled in Pulumur township of eastern Tunceli province where a quake happened on Monday.

    28.01.2003

    [13] FOREIGN TRADE FIGURES

    ANKARA - Exports from Turkey amounted to 31 billion 792.6 million U.S. dollars and imports amounted to 44 billion 756.1 million U.S. dollars between January and November 2002.

    28.01.2003

    [14] GAP EXPORTS USD 385.2 MILLION OF TEXTILE PRODUCTS IN 2002

    GAZIANTEP - Export of thread, textile products and machine-made carpet from Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) region increased 9.9 percent to 385 million 252 thousand U.S. dollars in 2002 when compared to 2001.

    28.01.2003

    [15] A TOTAL OF 269 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED IN PULUMUR

    ISTANBUL - A total of 269 aftershocks were recorded in Pulumur town of eastern Tunceli province following the massive earthquake which jolted the town early on Monday.

    28.01.2003

    [16] FOREIGN MINISTER YAKIS: ''TURKEY WILL NOT ACCEPT ANYTHING WHICH TRNC WILL NOT ACCEPT''

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister Yasar Yakis said early on Tuesday that Turkey would not accept a thing which Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) would not accept.

    28.01.2003

    [17] PRIME MINISTER GUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul returned late on Monday to Turkey after wrapping up his contacts in Davos and Strasbourg.

    Gul told a press conference at the airport that they had to be prepared against the worst conditions regarding Iraqi issue.

    28.01.2003


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