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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-06-24

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

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] MEETING HELD IN SECRETARIAT GENERAL FOR EU TO REVIEW NATIONAL PROGRAM
  • [02] VISIT OF ZIYAL TO UNITED STATES
  • [03] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DUE TO PORTUGAL
  • [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''COUNTRIES THAT WOULD HELP RE-BUILDING OF IRAQ MAY
  • [05] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKISH-U.S. RELATIONS CONTINUE ON A SOUND
  • [06] HUMANITARIAN AID TO IRAQ -GUL: ''TURKEY HAS OPENED ITS AIRPORTS AND PORTS
  • [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY'S RELATIONS WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES
  • [08] SPAIN AND UKRAINE SENDS MESSAGES TO TRABZON
  • [09] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES GERMAN AMBASSADOR IN ANKARA SCHMIDT
  • [10] STOLEN MANUSCRIPT BOOK FOUND BY BRITISH RESEARCHER
  • [11] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN IN ROMANIA -UNAKITAN: ''THERE IS IMPORTANT
  • [12] NSC TO CONVENE ON FRIDAY
  • [13] THY TO START FLIGHTS TO NEW DELHI
  • [14] PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON
  • [15] TOBB TO SET UP JOINT CONTACT GROUP WITH CSIS
  • [16] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''THE DRAFT AIMING AT SHORTENING MILITARY SERVICE

  • [01] MEETING HELD IN SECRETARIAT GENERAL FOR EU TO REVIEW NATIONAL PROGRAM

    ANKARA - A meeting was held in the Secretariat General for the European Union (EU) on Tuesday to review the economic, financial and social aspects of the National Program.

    24.06.2003

    [02] VISIT OF ZIYAL TO UNITED STATES

    ANKARA - Several proposals were included in the package which was conveyed to the United States by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Ugur Ziyal during his visit to Washington D.C. between June 15 and 19, 2003.

    24.06.2003

    [03] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DUE TO PORTUGAL

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay an official visit to Portugal between July 1 and 2, 2003.

    24.06.2003

    [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''COUNTRIES THAT WOULD HELP RE-BUILDING OF IRAQ MAY BENEFIT FROM TURKEY'S FACILITIES''

    ANKARA - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Tuesday that countries, which would help Iraq's re-building under Security Council resolution no:1483, could benefit from Turkey's facilities in case they want.

    24.06.2003

    [05] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKISH-U.S. RELATIONS CONTINUE ON A SOUND BASIS''

    ANKARA - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that Turkish-U.S. relations continued on a sound basis and on the basis of strategical partnership.

    24.06.2003

    [06] HUMANITARIAN AID TO IRAQ -GUL: ''TURKEY HAS OPENED ITS AIRPORTS AND PORTS TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SEND HUMANITARIAN AID TO IRAQ''

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Tuesday, ''Turkey has opened its airports and ports to anyone who wants to send humanitarian aid to Iraq.''

    24.06.2003

    [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY'S RELATIONS WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES AND FRIENDLY RELATIONS SUCH AS PAKISTAN AND MALAYSIA WILL MAKE CONCRETE CONTRIBUTIONS TO PROSPERITY OF BOTH THE REGION AND THE WORLD''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who also acts as leader of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party), said on Tuesday, ''Turkey's relations with neighboring countries and friendly countries such as Pakistan and Malaysia will make concrete contributions to prosperity of both the region and the world.''

    24.06.2003

    [08] SPAIN AND UKRAINE SENDS MESSAGES TO TRABZON

    TRABZON - Spain and Ukraine sent messages to Trabzon Municipality on Tuesday to thank officials for their sincere efforts after last month's plane crash.

    24.06.2003

    [09] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES GERMAN AMBASSADOR IN ANKARA SCHMIDT

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer received on Tuesday German Ambassador in Ankara Rudolf Schmidt at Cankaya Presidential Palace.

    24.06.2003

    [10] STOLEN MANUSCRIPT BOOK FOUND BY BRITISH RESEARCHER

    KONYA - Muhiddin Arabi's book ''Kitab-ul Ba'', which was among the books stolen from Yusuf Aga Library in Konya province three years ago, will be brought to Turkey by the contributions of Ibn-i Arabi Society in Britain.

    24.06.2003

    [11] FINANCE MINISTER UNAKITAN IN ROMANIA -UNAKITAN: ''THERE IS IMPORTANT POTENTIAL TO IMPROVE BILATERAL TRADE VOLUME''

    BUCHAREST - Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan said on Tuesday that there was an important potential to improve bilateral trade volume between Turkey and Romania.

    24.06.2003

    [12] NSC TO CONVENE ON FRIDAY

    ANKARA - National Security Council (NSC) will convene on Friday in Cankaya Palace under the leadership of President Ahmet Necdet Sezer.

    24.06.2003

    [13] THY TO START FLIGHTS TO NEW DELHI

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Airlines (THY) will start Istanbul-New Delhi-Istanbul flights starting as of September 2003.

    24.06.2003

    [14] PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON

    WASHINGTON - Parliamentary delegation arrived in Washington on Tuesday to hold meetings with American administration and congress.

    24.06.2003

    [15] TOBB TO SET UP JOINT CONTACT GROUP WITH CSIS

    WASHINGTON - Union of Turkish Chambers and Commodity Exchanges will set up joint contact group with Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) based in Washington aiming to contribute to increase of economic and trade relations between Turkey and the United States.

    24.06.2003

    [16] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN: ''THE DRAFT AIMING AT SHORTENING MILITARY SERVICE WAS SIGNED AT COUNCIL OF MINISTERS''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, ''the draft aiming at shortening military service was signed at the Council of Ministers today without making any changes in the proposal of the General Staff.''

    24.06.2003


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