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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-05-15

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] PRESIDENT SEZER VISITS SEDJOUMI MEMORIAL IN TUNISIA
  • [02] GUL ADDRESSES EUROPEAN CONVENTION -TURKEY OPPOSES GERMANY'S AND FRANCE'S
  • [03] CABINET MEETING ENDS (3) -JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK SAYS NEW LEGAL
  • [04] BSEC DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL BISTRENAU: ''IT IS TIME TO CONSIDER
  • [05] CABINET MEETING ENDS (2) -CICEK: ''URGENT ACTION PLAN WAS REVIEWED''
  • [06] TURKEY'S TRADE CONSULATE RE-OPENS IN BAGHDAD
  • [07] KYRGYZ PRIME MINISTER TANAYEV LEAVES TURKEY
  • [08] GREEK WARPLANES HARASS TURKISH F-16S
  • [09] CABINET MEETING ENDS
  • [10] TURKISH-KYRGYZ BUSINESS COUNCIL MEETING HELD
  • [11] OZGUR: ''TRADE VOLUME BETWEEN TURKEY AND KYRGYZSTAN DOESN'T REFLECT REAL
  • [12] KYRGYZ PRIME MINISTER TANAYEV: ''TURKISH COMPANIES CAN TAKE PART IN
  • [13] FM GUL MEETS WITH GREEK FM PAPANDREOU -GUL: ''WE EXPECT EU TO TAKE
  • [14] PRESIDENT SEZER ARRIVES IN TUNISIA
  • [15] CHP APPLIES TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT FOR CANCELLATION OF BUDGET LAW
  • [16] GURTUNA: ''POLLUTION IN DANUBE IS KILLING BLACK SEA''
  • [17] CULTURE AND TOURISM MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY SAYS NUMBER OF GREEK PEOPLE
  • [18] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL MEETS WITH EU COMMISSIONER FOR ENLARGEMENT VERHEUGEN
  • [19] FOURTH INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA LITTORAL COUNTRIES THEATRE FESTIVAL TO
  • [20] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR TUNISIA (2)
  • [21] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN: ''MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE WE WILL DEAL WITH AFTER
  • [22] TURKEY'S CULTURAL TREASURES TO BE DISPLAYED IN JAPAN
  • [23] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR TUNISIA (1)
  • [24] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENES
  • [25] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

  • [01] PRESIDENT SEZER VISITS SEDJOUMI MEMORIAL IN TUNISIA

    TUNIS - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer visited the Sedjoumi Memorial in Tunisian capital Tunis on Thursday

    15.05.2003

    [02] GUL ADDRESSES EUROPEAN CONVENTION -TURKEY OPPOSES GERMANY'S AND FRANCE'S PROPOSAL ABOUT EU COUNCIL PRESIDENCY

    BRUSSELS - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Thursday that Turkey opposed the proposal which was brought by Germany and France about institutional change within the European Union (EU)

    15.05.2003

    [03] CABINET MEETING ENDS (3) -JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK SAYS NEW LEGAL REGULATION TO BE MADE ABOUT RETIREMENT OF CIVIL SERVANTS

    ANKARA - Justice Minister and Government Spokesman Cemil Cicek said on Thursday that a new legal regulation would be made following the decision taken by the Constitutional Court which stopped the enforcement of the law which decreased the age of retirement from 65 to 61

    15.05.2003

    [04] BSEC DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL BISTRENAU: ''IT IS TIME TO CONSIDER INTEGRATION OF BSEC COUNTRIES WITH EU AS A BASIC STRATEGY''

    ISTANBUL - Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) Deputy Secretary General Ion Bistrenau said on Thursday that it was time to consider the integration of Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) countries with EU as a basic strategy

    15.05.2003

    [05] CABINET MEETING ENDS (2) -CICEK: ''URGENT ACTION PLAN WAS REVIEWED''

    ANKARA - Justice Minister and Government Spokesman Cemil Cicek said on Thursday that the Urgent Action Plan had been reviewed at the Council of Ministers meeting, adding, ''it was decided to rapidly adopt the bills that were transferred to the parliament and accelerate works at the ministries.'

    15.05.2003

    [06] TURKEY'S TRADE CONSULATE RE-OPENS IN BAGHDAD

    BAGHDAD - Turkish Trade Consulate in Baghdad which was evacuated together with Turkish Embassy in Baghdad and which was plundered after the war in Iraq, was re-opened on Thursday

    15.05.2003

    [07] KYRGYZ PRIME MINISTER TANAYEV LEAVES TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - Kyrgyz Prime Minister Nikolai Tanayev who completed his visit to Turkey left for his country on Thursday

    15.05.2003

    [08] GREEK WARPLANES HARASS TURKISH F-16S

    ANKARA - Greek warplanes harassed Turkish F-16 planes in international airspace over the Aegean Sea

    15.05.2003

    [09] CABINET MEETING ENDS

    ANKARA - The Council of Ministers meeting held under the leadership of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan ended

    15.05.2003

    [10] TURKISH-KYRGYZ BUSINESS COUNCIL MEETING HELD

    ISTANBUL - Foreign Economic Affairs Council (DEIK) Turkish-Eurasian Business Councils Chairman Tugrul Erkin said on Thursday that he was pleased to hear that Turkish-Telecom and another distinguished company was interested in privatization of Kyrgyz Telecom

    15.05.2003

    [11] OZGUR: ''TRADE VOLUME BETWEEN TURKEY AND KYRGYZSTAN DOESN'T REFLECT REAL POTENTIAL''

    ISTANBUL - Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) Turkish-Kyrgyz Business Council Chairman Cem Ozgur said on Thursday that exports from Turkey to Kyrgyzstan had been 23.7 million U.S. dollars and imports to Turkey from Kyrgyzstan had been 15.7 million U.S. dollars in 2002, which was beyond reflecting the real potential.

    15.05.2003

    [12] KYRGYZ PRIME MINISTER TANAYEV: ''TURKISH COMPANIES CAN TAKE PART IN PRIVATIZATION TENDERS IN OUR COUNTRY''

    ISTANBUL - Kyrgyz Prime Minister Nikolai Tanayev invited Turkish firms to take part in privatization tenders in his country, adding that ''no obstacle will be brought for you, but these companies should have financial sources and good international reference.'

    15.05.2003

    [13] FM GUL MEETS WITH GREEK FM PAPANDREOU -GUL: ''WE EXPECT EU TO TAKE IMPORTANT STEPS ABOUT CYPRUS''

    BRUSSELS - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul met with his Greek counterpart George Papandreou in Brussels on Thursday

    15.05.2003

    [14] PRESIDENT SEZER ARRIVES IN TUNISIA

    TUNIS - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer arrived in Tunisia on Thursday on an official visit

    15.05.2003

    [15] CHP APPLIES TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT FOR CANCELLATION OF BUDGET LAW

    ANKARA - The Republican People's Party (CHP) applied to the Constitutional Court on Thursday with the request for cancellation of fifteen articles of the 2003 Year Budget Law, defending that those articles were not in line with the Constitution

    15.05.2003

    [16] GURTUNA: ''POLLUTION IN DANUBE IS KILLING BLACK SEA''

    ISTANBUL - Istanbul Mayor Ali Mufit Gurtuna said on Thursday that pollution in the Danube River was killing the Black Sea, adding that as the Istanbul Municipality, they would extend the biggest support to efforts to prevent the pollution

    15.05.2003

    [17] CULTURE AND TOURISM MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY SAYS NUMBER OF GREEK PEOPLE VISITING TURKEY INCREASED BY 42 PERCENT

    ISTANBUL - Culture and Tourism Ministry Undersecretary Mustafa Isen said on Thursday that the number of Greek people visiting Turkey increased by 42 percent and exceeded 280 thousand when compared with the previous year

    15.05.2003

    [18] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL MEETS WITH EU COMMISSIONER FOR ENLARGEMENT VERHEUGEN

    BRUSSELS - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Thursday that the government expected the new reform package on democratization to be passed from the parliament in the possible shortest time.

    15.05.2003

    [19] FOURTH INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA LITTORAL COUNTRIES THEATRE FESTIVAL TO START ON MAY 19

    TRABZON - The Fourth International Black Sea Littoral Countries Theatre Festival will start on May 19.

    15.05.2003

    [20] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR TUNISIA (2)

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer said on Thursday, ''place of the Mediterranean Basin in new formations both in Europe and in the international platform has made relations between Turkey and Tunisia closer.''

    15.05.2003

    [21] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN: ''MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE WE WILL DEAL WITH AFTER TAX PEACE IS FIGHT AGAINST UNREGISTERED ECONOMY''

    ANKARA - Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan said on Thursday that the most important issue they would deal with after the tax peace was the fight against unregistered economy.

    15.05.2003

    [22] TURKEY'S CULTURAL TREASURES TO BE DISPLAYED IN JAPAN

    TOKYO - The exhibition of ''Three Great Civilizations in Turkey'' will be displayed in several cities of Japan under ''2003 Turkey Year'' activities. Nearly 200 historical works belonged to Hittite, Byzantine and Ottoman eras including a worldwide famous dagger, which was decorated with emeralds, will be displayed in the exhibition.

    15.05.2003

    [23] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR TUNISIA (1)

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer left on Thursday for Tunisia as the official guest of Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

    15.05.2003

    [24] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENES

    ANKARA - Council of Ministers convened on Thursday under chairmanship of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    15.05.2003

    [25] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul returned to Turkey on Thursday after wrapping up his official visit to Ukraine as the guest of his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Shkidchenko.

    15.05.2003


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