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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-06-13

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] HEAD OF ENLARGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF EUROPEAN COMMISSION LANDABURU
  • [02] AFGHAN AMBASSADOR IN ANKARA FARYABI: ''TURKEY GIVES SUPPORT TO
  • [03] U.N. COVENANTS APPROVED BY PARLIAMENT -FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''NEWS REPORTS
  • [04] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN AND TREASURY UNDERSECRETARY CANAKCI TO TOUR
  • [05] EXPORTS MADE FROM GAP REGION INCREASE 36 PERCENT IN THE LAST FIVE MONTHS
  • [06] GUL: ''WE WANT MIDDLE EAST AND CAUCASUS TO BE CENTERS OF PEACE AND
  • [07] SECURITY DIRECTORATE GENERAL SPOKESMAN ARSLAN: ''TURKEY CARRIES OUT
  • [08] ORDU GOVERNOR YAZICIOGLU: ''TARGET OF TERRORISTS IS TO MOVE DOWN TO BLACK
  • [09] SENER: ''POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ECO TO REBUILDING PROCESS OF
  • [10] INDUSTRY MINISTER COSKUN MEETS SYRIAN INDUSTRY MINISTER
  • [11] STRUGGLE AGAINST HUMAN SMUGGLING IN TURKEY -A TOTAL OF 418.9 THOUSAND
  • [12] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN MEETS WITH HIS MALAYSIAN COUNTERPART MOHAMAD
  • [13] TURKEY AND PALESTINE SIGN PROTOCOL ON COOPERATION IN FIELD OF HEALTH
  • [14] A TOTAL OF 35 OBSERVERS FROM 20 COUNTRIES WATCH SEAWOLF-2003 EXERCISE
  • [15] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS STATE WILL ENSURE SUPERVISION OF BROADCASTING
  • [16] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS NSC MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS TO GOVERNMENT (3)
  • [17] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS TURKEY WILL CONTINUE ITS NEIGHBORLY RELATIONS
  • [18] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY IS IN A SERIOUS MOVE IN FOREIGN POLICY''
  • [19] NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR TO TURKEY EDELMAN SAYS THEY HAVE TO RE-BUILD
  • [20] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN IN MALAYSIA
  • [21] MFA UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL DUE IN WASHINGTON D.C.

  • [01] HEAD OF ENLARGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF EUROPEAN COMMISSION LANDABURU MEETS WITH TUSIAD MEMBERS IN ISTANBUL

    ISTANBUL - Eneko Landaburu, the head of Enlargement Directorate General of the European Commission, met on Friday with members of Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (TUSIAD) in Istanbul.

    13.06.2003

    [02] AFGHAN AMBASSADOR IN ANKARA FARYABI: ''TURKEY GIVES SUPPORT TO AFGHANISTAN MORE THAN OTHER COUNTRIES''

    KAYSERI - Afghan Ambassador in Ankara Abdul Ghafoor Poya Faryabi said on Friday that Turkey gave support to Afghanistan more than other countries.

    13.06.2003

    [03] U.N. COVENANTS APPROVED BY PARLIAMENT -FOREIGN MINISTRY: ''NEWS REPORTS AND EVALUATIONS WHICH TAKE PART IN MEDIA STEM FROM LACK OF INFORMATION''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry said on Friday that news reports and evaluations, which appeared in media about International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, stemmed from lack of information about those covenants

    13.06.2003

    [04] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN AND TREASURY UNDERSECRETARY CANAKCI TO TOUR GULF COUNTRIES

    ANKARA - Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan will invite Arab investors to bid for enterprises to be privatized and purchase debenture bonds which can be converted to shares during his tour of Persian Gulf countries.

    13.06.2003

    [05] EXPORTS MADE FROM GAP REGION INCREASE 36 PERCENT IN THE LAST FIVE MONTHS OF 2003

    GAZIANTEP - Exports which were made from Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) region increased 36 percent in the last five months when compared with the same period of last year and reached 282 million 550 thousand U.S. dollars.

    13.06.2003

    [06] GUL: ''WE WANT MIDDLE EAST AND CAUCASUS TO BE CENTERS OF PEACE AND STABILITY''

    ANKARA - Acting Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Friday that they wanted the Middle and Caucasus to be centers of peace and stability.

    13.06.2003

    [07] SECURITY DIRECTORATE GENERAL SPOKESMAN ARSLAN: ''TURKEY CARRIES OUT EFFECTIVE FIGHT AGAINST ILLEGAL MIGRATION''

    ANKARA - Security Directorate General spokesman Feyzullah Arslan said on Friday that in a report, the United States accused Turkey of not fulfilling minimum conditions of fight against illegal migration, adding, ''it is not true. Either the assessment is not objective or we can't explain ourselves.''

    13.06.2003

    [08] ORDU GOVERNOR YAZICIOGLU: ''TARGET OF TERRORISTS IS TO MOVE DOWN TO BLACK SEA SHORES''

    ORDU - Ordu Governor Kemal Yazicioglu said target of the terrorists was to move down to the Black Sea shores

    13.06.2003

    [09] SENER: ''POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ECO TO REBUILDING PROCESS OF AFGHANISTAN WERE TAKEN UP''

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Friday, ''during 13th meetings of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Council of Ministers held in Kyrgyz capital Bishkek between June 9 and 11, 2003, possible contributions of the ECO to rebuilding process of Afghanistan were taken up.'

    13.06.2003

    [10] INDUSTRY MINISTER COSKUN MEETS SYRIAN INDUSTRY MINISTER

    ANKARA - Industry and Trade Minister Ali Coskun said on Friday that foreign trade volume between Turkey and Syria, which is currently 750 million U.S. dollars, could reach two billion U.S. dollars within a year

    13.06.2003

    [11] STRUGGLE AGAINST HUMAN SMUGGLING IN TURKEY -A TOTAL OF 418.9 THOUSAND ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS CAPTURED BETWEEN 1995-2003

    ANKARA - A total of 418 thousand 977 illegal immigrants who entered Turkey illegally were captured in Turkey between 1995 and May 1, 2003.

    13.06.2003

    [12] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN MEETS WITH HIS MALAYSIAN COUNTERPART MOHAMAD

    KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is currently in Malaysia on an official visit, met on Friday with his Malaysian counterpart Mahathir bin Mohamad.

    13.06.2003

    [13] TURKEY AND PALESTINE SIGN PROTOCOL ON COOPERATION IN FIELD OF HEALTH

    ANKARA - Health Minister Recep Akdag and his Palestinian counterpart Kamal Sharafi signed Turkey-Palestine Health Cooperation Protocol.

    13.06.2003

    [14] A TOTAL OF 35 OBSERVERS FROM 20 COUNTRIES WATCH SEAWOLF-2003 EXERCISE

    MARMARIS - A total of 35 observers from 20 countries are watching the Seawolf-2003, a concerted exercise of the Naval Forces Command.

    13.06.2003

    [15] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS STATE WILL ENSURE SUPERVISION OF BROADCASTING IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS WITH SERIOUS CONTROL MECHANISM (4)

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said early on Friday that the state would ensure supervision of broadcasting in different languages and dialects used traditionally in daily life by Turkish citizens with a serious control mechanism.

    13.06.2003

    [16] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS NSC MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS TO GOVERNMENT (3)

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said early on Friday that the National Security Council (NSC) made recommendations to the government.

    13.06.2003

    [17] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS TURKEY WILL CONTINUE ITS NEIGHBORLY RELATIONS IN A WAY TO PRESERVE BALANCES IN MIDDLE EAST (2)

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said early on Friday that Turkey would continue its neighborly relations in a way to preserve balances in the Middle East.

    13.06.2003

    [18] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY IS IN A SERIOUS MOVE IN FOREIGN POLICY''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said early on Friday that Turkey was in a serious move in the foreign policy.

    13.06.2003

    [19] NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR TO TURKEY EDELMAN SAYS THEY HAVE TO RE-BUILD STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

    WASHINGTON - Eric Edelman, who has recently been appointed as the U.S. Ambassador to Turkey, said on Friday that Turkey and the United States needed to ''rebuild strategic partnership'' in the new strategic atmosphere that occurred after the September 11th terrorist attacks and the Iraq war.

    13.06.2003

    [20] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN IN MALAYSIA

    KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on Friday.

    13.06.2003

    [21] MFA UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL DUE IN WASHINGTON D.C.

    WASHINGTON D.C. - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Undersecretary Ugur Ziyal will come to Washington D.C. on June 16 to assess recent developments in relations between Turkey and the United States.

    13.06.2003


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