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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-05-30

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] DEPUTY CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF BUYUKANIT SAYS IF THEY WANT A WORLD
  • [02] TREASURY UNDERSECRETARIAT: ''IMF EXECUTIVE BOARD IS EXPECTED TO DECIDE
  • [03] BREKK: ''TURKEY'S NEAR-TERM ECONOMIC PROSPECTS HAVE IMPROVED OVER THE
  • [04] IRANIAN FIRST VICE PRESIDENT AREF SAYS IRAN ATTRIBUTES GREAT IMPORTANCE
  • [05] FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''THE IMPORTANT THING FOR THE TWO SIDES IS TO REACH AN
  • [06] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''GURBULAK AND BAZARGAN CUSTOMS GATES WILL BE
  • [07] 11TH ROUND OF EXPLARATORY TALKS BETWEEN TURKEY AND GREECE TO TAKE PLACE
  • [08] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE SHOULD BE PREPARED IN A WAY
  • [09] POLICE CONFISCATE 189.5 KG OF HEROIN IN ISTANBUL AND ITALY
  • [10] ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES MINISTER GULER: ''TALKS ARE UNDERWAY ON
  • [11] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL:''I INVITE EVERYBODY TO LOOK AT THE FUTURE, TO CURSE
  • [12] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER:''IT SEEMS WE CAN REACH OUR GROWTH TARGET AS
  • [13] TURKISH RESCUE TEAMS RETURN TO TURKEY FROM ALGERIA
  • [14] CANADIAN FOREIGN MINISTER GRAHAM VISITS PARLIAMENTARY FOREIGN AFFAIRS
  • [15] ANTALYA GOVERNOR SAYS 25,000 TOURISTS COME TO ANTALYA IN ONE DAY
  • [16] RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN INVITED TO ANTALYA FOR OPENING OF KREMLIN PALACE
  • [17] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN RECEIVES WORLD BANK VICE PRESIDENT LINN
  • [18] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''WE ARE PLEASED WITH DISCUSSION OF NEW REFORM
  • [19] WORLD BANK PLANS TO GIVE AT LEAST USD 4.5 BILLION TO TURKEY
  • [20] RUSSIAN CULTURE NATIONAL TV CHANNEL SHOOTS TV DOCUMENTARY ON URGUP'S
  • [21] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LEAVES FOR AGRI

  • [01] DEPUTY CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF BUYUKANIT SAYS IF THEY WANT A WORLD PURIFIED FROM THREATS AND CRISES, THEY SHOULD ACCEPT THAT IT CAN BE POSSIBLE BY PEACEFUL LIVING OF ALL NATIONS

    ISTANBUL - Deputy Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit said on Friday, ''if all of us want a world purified from threats and crises, we should accept that it can be possible by overcoming differences in international prosperity and laying the necessary groundwork for peaceful living of all nations. It is a duty of humanity for us to accept this.''

    30.05.2003

    [02] TREASURY UNDERSECRETARIAT: ''IMF EXECUTIVE BOARD IS EXPECTED TO DECIDE ABOUT COMPLETION OF FIFTH REVIEW IN SECOND HALF OF JUNE''

    ANKARA - The Treasury Undersecretariat stated on Friday that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Board was expected to decide about completion of the fifth review in the second half of June.

    30.05.2003

    [03] BREKK: ''TURKEY'S NEAR-TERM ECONOMIC PROSPECTS HAVE IMPROVED OVER THE LAST SEVERAL WEEKS''

    ANKARA - Odd Per Brekk, the senior resident representative of the IMF in Turkey, said on Friday that Turkey's near-term economic prospects had improved over the last weeks.

    30.05.2003

    [04] IRANIAN FIRST VICE PRESIDENT AREF SAYS IRAN ATTRIBUTES GREAT IMPORTANCE TO DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONS ESPECIALLY WITH TURKEY

    GURBULAK - Iranian First Vice President Mohammad Reza Aref said on Friday that Iran attributed great importance to development of relations with neighbor countries especially with Turkey in its foreign policy.

    30.05.2003

    [05] FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''THE IMPORTANT THING FOR THE TWO SIDES IS TO REACH AN AGREEMENT ON A LIVABLE SOLUTION''

    ANKARA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Friday that the important thing for the two sides at the latest point reached on Cyprus was to reach a compromise on a livable solution.

    30.05.2003

    [06] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''GURBULAK AND BAZARGAN CUSTOMS GATES WILL BE OPEN GATE OF TRANQUILITY, MUTUAL TRADE AND JOINT INTERESTS''

    AGRI - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Gurbulak and Bazargan customs gates would be the open gate of tranquility, mutual trade and mutual interests.

    30.05.2003

    [07] 11TH ROUND OF EXPLARATORY TALKS BETWEEN TURKEY AND GREECE TO TAKE PLACE IN ANKARA NEXT WEEK

    ANKARA - The 11th Round of Explaratory Talks between Turkey and Greece will take place in Ankara on June 2, 2003.

    30.05.2003

    [08] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE SHOULD BE PREPARED IN A WAY THAT WILL BE REFLECTED IN PROGRESS REPORT''

    ANKARA - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Friday that they targeted to fulfill all the arrangements, which are necessary for Turkey to start negotiations with the European Union (EU), in a way that may be reflected to EU's progress report.

    30.05.2003

    [09] POLICE CONFISCATE 189.5 KG OF HEROIN IN ISTANBUL AND ITALY

    ISTANBUL - A total of 189.5 kg of heroin was confiscated in joint operations in Istanbul and Italy and nine people were detained in connection with illicit drug trafficking.

    30.05.2003

    [10] ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES MINISTER GULER: ''TALKS ARE UNDERWAY ON PRICE OF NATURAL GAS THAT WILL BE TAKEN FROM RUSSIA THROUGH BLUE STREAM''

    ANKARA - Energy and Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler said on Friday that talks were underway on the price of the natural gas that would be purchased from Russia through Blue Stream project.

    30.05.2003

    [11] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL:''I INVITE EVERYBODY TO LOOK AT THE FUTURE, TO CURSE TERRORISTS AND TO ERASE HATRED AND HOSTILITY FEELINGS FROM PAGES OF CALENDAR''

    ANKARA - Turkish diplomats and public officials who were killed in terrorist attacks when they were working abroad were commemorated on Friday in the ceremony that was held in Foreign Ministry Cemetery.

    30.05.2003

    [12] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER:''IT SEEMS WE CAN REACH OUR GROWTH TARGET AS OF THE END OF THE YEAR''

    ISTANBUL - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Friday that the government would probably reach its growth target as of the end of the year.

    30.05.2003

    [13] TURKISH RESCUE TEAMS RETURN TO TURKEY FROM ALGERIA

    ISTANBUL - Turkish teams, which participated in search and rescue efforts in the earthquake occurred in Algeria, returned to Turkey on Friday.

    30.05.2003

    [14] CANADIAN FOREIGN MINISTER GRAHAM VISITS PARLIAMENTARY FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

    ANKARA - Canadian Foreign Minister Bill Graham, who is currently in Turkey to hold contacts, visited Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Commission on Friday.

    30.05.2003

    [15] ANTALYA GOVERNOR SAYS 25,000 TOURISTS COME TO ANTALYA IN ONE DAY

    ANTALYA - Antalya Governor Alaaddin Yuksel said on Friday that 200 planes landed at and took off from Antalya Airport in one day on average bringing 25,000 tourists.

    30.05.2003

    [16] RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN INVITED TO ANTALYA FOR OPENING OF KREMLIN PALACE HOTEL

    ANTALYA - Antalya Governor Alaaddin Yuksel said on Friday that President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation was invited to southern Antalya province for the opening of Kremlin Palace Hotel.

    30.05.2003

    [17] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN RECEIVES WORLD BANK VICE PRESIDENT LINN

    ANKARA - Finance Minister Kemal Unakýtan received on Friday World Bank Vice President Johannes Linn and the accompanying delegation.

    30.05.2003

    [18] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''WE ARE PLEASED WITH DISCUSSION OF NEW REFORM PACKAGES''

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Friday that they were not uneasy with speculations regarding the new reform package and they were pleased with the discussion about new reform packages.

    30.05.2003

    [19] WORLD BANK PLANS TO GIVE AT LEAST USD 4.5 BILLION TO TURKEY

    ANKARA - World Bank plans to give at least 4.5 billion U.S. dollars to Turkey for three years within the scope of Country Assistance Strategies (CAS).

    30.05.2003

    [20] RUSSIAN CULTURE NATIONAL TV CHANNEL SHOOTS TV DOCUMENTARY ON URGUP'S MUSICAL CULTURE

    URGUP - Russian ''Culture National Tv Channel'' prepares a documentary on musical culture in Urgup town of central Nevsehir province.

    30.05.2003

    [21] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LEAVES FOR AGRI

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan left for eastern Agri province on Friday to open renewed Gurbulak Border Gate and hold contacts.

    30.05.2003


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