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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-10-06

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] EUROPEAN COMMISSION REPORT ENVISAGES THREE PILLARS
  • [02] 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF TURKEY-NETHERLANDS LABOR FORCE AGREEMENT
  • [03] REACTIONS OF BUSINESS CIRCLES TO EU REPORT
  • [04] TURKISH PM: ''IT IS GREEK CYPRIOT SIDE WHO DOESN'T RESOLVE CYPRUS PROBLEM''
  • [05] KRETSCHMER: ''TURKEY HAS TAKEN MAGNIFICENT STEPS IN THE LAST 2-3 YEARS''
  • [06] TURKISH FM SAYS ENTRY TALKS SHOULD BE OPENED IN MONTHS, NOT YEARS
  • [07] UNITED STATES WELCOMES EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION
  • [08] TURKISH FM CONSIDERS DECISION OF EUROPEAN COMMISSION AS HISTORIC STEP
  • [09] PM ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY DOES NOT WANT DIFFERENT TREATMENT''
  • [10] TURKISH MINISTERS WELCOME EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATORY DECISION
  • [11] LAGENDIJK: ''ENTRY TALKS WITH TURKEY SHOULD START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE''
  • [12] GUNUGUR: ''TURKEY IS EU CANDIDATE COUNTRY BETWEEN 2007-2013''
  • [13] TURKISH GENDARMERY CONFISCATE 90 KG OF HEROIN IN ISTANBUL
  • [14] PRODI: ''OUR RESPONSE TO TURKEY IS YES''
  • [15] VERHEUGEN: ''SCHEDULE WILL BE SET BY EUROPEAN COUNCIL''
  • [16] TURKISH PM SAYS ''CONDITIONAL YES'' IS OUT OF QUESTION
  • [17] TURKISH FM WELCOMES EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATORY DECISION
  • [18] TURKISH GENDARMERY CAPTURE 111 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS IN AMASYA
  • [19] TURKISH PARLIAMENT FAILS TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER IN SECOND ROUND OF VOTE
  • [20] EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO PREPARE ANNUAL REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN POLITICAL REFORMS IN TURKEY AS OF END OF 2005
  • [21] TURKISH PM SAYS PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS CAN WORSHIP FREELY IN TURKEY
  • [22] PM ERDOGAN: ''WE FIND COMMISSION'S ASSESSMENTS AND ANALYSIS GENERALLY BALANCED'' (1)
  • [23] VERHEUGEN: ''WE CAN TRUST TURKEY''
  • [24] GERMAN FM FISCHER: ''WE WELCOMED REPORT ON TURKEY''
  • [25] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES AZERBAIJANI DEFENSE MINISTER ABIYEV
  • [26] PRODI: ''NEGOTIATIONS TARGETING FULL MEMBERSHIP WILL START''
  • [27] EU COMMISSION PRESIDENT SAYS TURKEY'S ACCESSION WILL CONTRIBUTE TO EU
  • [28] TURKISH PM SAYS THERE MAY BE INDIVIDUAL TORTURE
  • [29] TURKISH PARLIAMENT FAILS TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER IN FIRST ROUND OF VOTE
  • [30] EP TO PRESENT A REPORT BEFORE EUROPEAN COUNCIL MAKES A DECISION ON DECEMBER 17TH
  • [31] AUSTRIAN JUSTICE MINISTER TO MAKE FINAL DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF CAKICI
  • [32] PROGRESS REPORT AND IMKB -INFO STOCKS AND SHARES PORTFOLIO DIRECTOR OZDAGLI: -''STATEMENTS ABOUT THE REPORT ARE LIKE WE EXPECTED''
  • [33] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN REPLIES TO QUESTIONS AT PACE (1): -''UNLIKE ADOPTION OF AN ADJUSTMENT LAW, IMPLEMENTATION IS A PROCESS
  • [34] PM ERDOGAN: ''I BELIEVE TURKEY'S ACCESSION TO EU WILL CONTRIBUTE TO COUNTRIES' LIVING TOGETHER IN PEACE''
  • [35] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN ADDRESSES PACE (2) -''WE WILL ENTER LAST PHASE OF A LONG-STANDING PROCESS AFTER OPENING ENTRY NEGOTIATIONS WITH
  • [36] EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRODI: ''WHAT WAS DONE IN TURKEY HAS LED COMMISSION TO SAY YES''
  • [37] PM ERDOGAN ADDRESSES PACE (1) -ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY IS GOING TO APPROVE ROME AGREEMENT AND WILL BECOME PARTY TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL
  • [38] EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESIDENT PRODI: -''OUR RESPONSE TO TURKEY IS YES, CONDITIONAL YES''
  • [39] INTERNATIONAL NEWS AGENCIES: ''EUROPEAN COMMISSION RECOMMENDS CONDITIONAL OPENING OF MEMBERSHIP TALKS WITH TURKEY''
  • [40] PEPE: ''TURKEY'S ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE SHOULD BE RENEWED''
  • [41] TAN: ''WE EXPECT EU TO CLEARLY STATE THAT TURKEY MET ALL CRITERIA''
  • [42] TURKISH AIR FORCES COMMANDER FIRTINA MEETS HIS PAKISTANI COUNTERPART
  • [43] DAVIS SAYS THEY WILL EXTEND THEIR BEST SUPPORT TO TURKEY'S EU MEMBERSHIP PROCESS
  • [44] BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY STRAW DUE IN ANKARA
  • [45] PROTEST AGAINST U.S. AND ISRAEL
  • [46] FM FREIVALDS OF SWEDEN VISITS DIYARBAKIR MAYOR BAYDEMIR
  • [47] SECURITY FORCES IMPOUND 30 KG OF UNPROCESSED HASHISH IN ANTALYA
  • [48] TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF SPEAKER OF THE TURKISH GRAND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
  • [49] KRETSCHMER: ''EU WILL START TO EXPEND SERIOUS FINANCIAL AID TO TURKEY AFTER 2006''
  • [50] ERDOGAN ADDRESSES TURKISH CITIZENS: ''YOU SHOULD NOT FEAR OF INTEGRATION''
  • [51] UNITED STATES LOBBIES TO SUPPORT TURKEY'S EU MEMBERSHIP
  • [52] BABACAN MEETS EURASIA GROUP IN NEW YORK

  • [01] EUROPEAN COMMISSION REPORT ENVISAGES THREE PILLARS

    BRUSSELS - The progress report on Turkey and the recommendatory decision made public by the European Commission today (Wednesday) envisaged three pillars, European Union (EU) sources said.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba - 22:43

    [02] 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF TURKEY-NETHERLANDS LABOR FORCE AGREEMENT

    ANKARA - ''Problems between Turkey and the European Union (EU) about adjustment and legal regulations can be overcome. We believe important progress can be recorded on Turkey's path to the EU membership during EU presidency of the Netherlands,'' said Turkish Labor & Social Security Minister Murat Basesgioglu.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba - 22:27

    [03] REACTIONS OF BUSINESS CIRCLES TO EU REPORT

    ISTANBUL/ANKARA - Turkish business circles assessed the Progress Report of the European Commission about Turkey which was published today.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba - 22:23

    [04] TURKISH PM: ''IT IS GREEK CYPRIOT SIDE WHO DOESN'T RESOLVE CYPRUS PROBLEM''

    STRASBOURG - It was the Greek Cypriot administration who did not resolve the Cyprus problem, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 21:14

    [05] KRETSCHMER: ''TURKEY HAS TAKEN MAGNIFICENT STEPS IN THE LAST 2-3 YEARS''

    ANKARA - ''Turkey has taken magnificent steps in the last 2-3 years. The Turkish government has pursued a very successful reform program,'' said Hansjorg Kretschmer, the head of European Union (EU) Commission Office in Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 21:14

    [06] TURKISH FM SAYS ENTRY TALKS SHOULD BE OPENED IN MONTHS, NOT YEARS

    ANKARA - Full membership negotiations should be opened in months, not years, Turkish Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 20:39

    [07] UNITED STATES WELCOMES EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION

    WASHINGTON - The United States welcomed the recommendation of the European Commission to start membership talks with Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 20:39

    [08] TURKISH FM CONSIDERS DECISION OF EUROPEAN COMMISSION AS HISTORIC STEP

    ANKARA - Turkish Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul defined on Wednesday the recommendatory decision of the European Commission to open negotiations with Turkey as a historic step.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 20:39

    [09] PM ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY DOES NOT WANT DIFFERENT TREATMENT''

    STRASBOURG - ''Turkey does not want different treatment. Turkey demands equal and fair treatment as the 25 plus 2 countries. I do not suppose there would be any negative approach after today's positive report,'' said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 20:38

    [10] TURKISH MINISTERS WELCOME EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATORY DECISION

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin said on Wednesday that today, when the European Commission recommended to open negotiations with Turkey, was the first stage, and added, ''we will face a more serious day on December 17th (when EU heads of state and government will decide whether to open negotiations with Turkey).''

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:44

    [11] LAGENDIJK: ''ENTRY TALKS WITH TURKEY SHOULD START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE''

    BRUSSELS - ''We welcome recommendation of the European Commission. Entry talks with Turkey should start as soon as possible,'' said Joost Lagendijk, the co-chairman of the Turkish Parliament-European Parliament (EP) Joint Parliamentary Commission.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:43

    [12] GUNUGUR: ''TURKEY IS EU CANDIDATE COUNTRY BETWEEN 2007-2013''

    ANKARA - ''Turkey is a candidate country for the 2007-2013 period of the European Union (EU). It will be a part of the bloc after 2014,'' said Haluk Gunugur, the chairman of Turkey-EU Foundation.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:14

    [13] TURKISH GENDARMERY CONFISCATE 90 KG OF HEROIN IN ISTANBUL

    ISTANBUL - Turkish gendarmery confiscated 90 kg of heroin in two separate operations in Istanbul, sources said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:14

    [14] PRODI: ''OUR RESPONSE TO TURKEY IS YES''

    BRUSSELS - European Commission President Romano Prodi said on Wednesday that the Commission's response to Turkey was ''yes.''

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:13

    [15] VERHEUGEN: ''SCHEDULE WILL BE SET BY EUROPEAN COUNCIL''

    BRUSSELS - ''The schedule will be set for Turkey by European Council,'' said the European Commissioner for Enlargement Guenter Verheugen on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 19:13

    [16] TURKISH PM SAYS ''CONDITIONAL YES'' IS OUT OF QUESTION

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that a ''conditional yes'' from European Union (EU) to Turkey was out of question.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 18:50

    [17] TURKISH FM WELCOMES EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATORY DECISION

    ANKARA - Turkish Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul welcomed on Wednesday the recommendatory decision of the European Commission to open negotiations with Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 18:50

    [18] TURKISH GENDARMERY CAPTURE 111 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS IN AMASYA

    TASOVA - Turkish gendarmery captured 111 illegal migrants in Tasova town of Turkey's northern city of Amasya, sources said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 18:34

    [19] TURKISH PARLIAMENT FAILS TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER IN SECOND ROUND OF VOTE

    ANKARA - The Turkish parliament failed to elect its new speaker in the second round of vote on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 18:13

    [20] EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO PREPARE ANNUAL REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN POLITICAL REFORMS IN TURKEY AS OF END OF 2005

    BRUSSELS - The European Commission published its recommendatory report about Turkey on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 18:01

    [21] TURKISH PM SAYS PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS CAN WORSHIP FREELY IN TURKEY

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that people of different religions could worship freely in Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:45

    [22] PM ERDOGAN: ''WE FIND COMMISSION'S ASSESSMENTS AND ANALYSIS GENERALLY BALANCED'' (1)

    STRASBOURG - ''We find the European Commission's assessment and analysis generally balanced,'' said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:45

    [23] VERHEUGEN: ''WE CAN TRUST TURKEY''

    BRUSSELS - European Union (EU) Enlargement Commissioner Guenter Verheugen said on Wednesday that the EU could trust Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:29

    [24] GERMAN FM FISCHER: ''WE WELCOMED REPORT ON TURKEY''

    BERLIN - ''We welcomed the European Commission's positive report for Turkey,'' said German Foreign Minister & Acting Chancellor Joschka Fischer on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:29

    [25] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES AZERBAIJANI DEFENSE MINISTER ABIYEV

    ANKARA - Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer received Azerbaijani Defense Minister Vice-General Sefer Abiyev in Ankara on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:28

    [26] PRODI: ''NEGOTIATIONS TARGETING FULL MEMBERSHIP WILL START''

    BRUSSELS - ''Negotiations for full membership will be started with Turkey if the European Council gives the green light,'' said European Commission President Romano Prodi on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:14

    [27] EU COMMISSION PRESIDENT SAYS TURKEY'S ACCESSION WILL CONTRIBUTE TO EU

    BRUSSELS - European Union (EU) Commission President Romano Prodi said on Wednesday that Turkey's accession would contribute to the European Union (EU).

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:13

    [28] TURKISH PM SAYS THERE MAY BE INDIVIDUAL TORTURE

    STRASBOURG - There might be individual cases, but Turkish government has ''zero tolerance'' towards torture, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:00

    [29] TURKISH PARLIAMENT FAILS TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER IN FIRST ROUND OF VOTE

    ANKARA - The Turkish parliament failed to elect its new speaker in the first round of vote on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:55

    [30] EP TO PRESENT A REPORT BEFORE EUROPEAN COUNCIL MAKES A DECISION ON DECEMBER 17TH

    BRUSSELS - ''EP will present a report before European Council makes a decision on December 17th (on whether to start negotiations with Turkey),'' EP President Josep Borrell Fonftelles said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:43

    [31] AUSTRIAN JUSTICE MINISTER TO MAKE FINAL DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF CAKICI

    VIENNA - Austrian Justice Ministry was examining the dossier of Alaattin Cakici and would make the final decision on his extradition to Turkey, Vienna state court spokesman Friedrich Forsthuber said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:34

    [32] PROGRESS REPORT AND IMKB -INFO STOCKS AND SHARES PORTFOLIO DIRECTOR OZDAGLI: -''STATEMENTS ABOUT THE REPORT ARE LIKE WE EXPECTED''

    ISTANBUL - Info Stocks and Shares Portfolio Director Engin Ozdagli said on Wednesday that statements about the Progress Report were like they expected.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:33

    [33] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN REPLIES TO QUESTIONS AT PACE (1): -''UNLIKE ADOPTION OF AN ADJUSTMENT LAW, IMPLEMENTATION IS A PROCESS NECESSITATING CHANGE OF MENTALITY''

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, ''unlike adoption of an adjustment law, implementation (of it) is a process requiring a change of mentality. (So) It cannot be achieved in a short period of time. However our government and parliament will initiate the implementation process as soon as possible.''

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:50

    [34] PM ERDOGAN: ''I BELIEVE TURKEY'S ACCESSION TO EU WILL CONTRIBUTE TO COUNTRIES' LIVING TOGETHER IN PEACE''

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that he believed that Turkey's accession to the European Union (EU) would contribute to EU countries' living together in peace.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:21

    [35] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN ADDRESSES PACE (2) -''WE WILL ENTER LAST PHASE OF A LONG-STANDING PROCESS AFTER OPENING ENTRY NEGOTIATIONS WITH EU IN FIRST HALF OF 2005''

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that he hoped that the entry talks with the EU will be opened in the first half of 2005.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:07

    [36] EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRODI: ''WHAT WAS DONE IN TURKEY HAS LED COMMISSION TO SAY YES''

    BRUSSELS - European Commission President Romano Prodi said on Wednesday that what was done in Turkey has led the Commission to say ''yes'', adding that, there were, however, still many steps to be taken.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:48

    [37] PM ERDOGAN ADDRESSES PACE (1) -ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY IS GOING TO APPROVE ROME AGREEMENT AND WILL BECOME PARTY TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT CONVENTION''

    STRASBOURG - ''Turkey will soon approve Rome Agreement after completing its internal preparations and will become part of the International Criminal Court Convention'' Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Strasbourg.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:48

    [38] EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESIDENT PRODI: -''OUR RESPONSE TO TURKEY IS YES, CONDITIONAL YES''

    BRUSSELS - European Commission President Romano Prodi said on Wednesday that the Commission's response to Turkey was a ''conditional yes''.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:26

    [39] INTERNATIONAL NEWS AGENCIES: ''EUROPEAN COMMISSION RECOMMENDS CONDITIONAL OPENING OF MEMBERSHIP TALKS WITH TURKEY''

    BRUSSELS - International news agencies announced on Wednesday that the European Commission recommended that the European Union (EU) could open membership talks with Turkey conditionally.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:26

    [40] PEPE: ''TURKEY'S ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE SHOULD BE RENEWED''

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Environment & Forestry Minister Osman Pepe said that Turkey's environmental infrastructure should be renewed in the following 10 years.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:31

    [41] TAN: ''WE EXPECT EU TO CLEARLY STATE THAT TURKEY MET ALL CRITERIA''

    ANKARA - ''We expect the European Union (EU) Commission to clearly state in its Progress Report that Turkey met all the criteria,'' Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesman Namik Tan said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:31

    [42] TURKISH AIR FORCES COMMANDER FIRTINA MEETS HIS PAKISTANI COUNTERPART

    ANKARA - Turkish Air Forces Commander General Ibrahim Firtina met Kaleem Saadat, Chief of the Air Staff of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:30

    [43] DAVIS SAYS THEY WILL EXTEND THEIR BEST SUPPORT TO TURKEY'S EU MEMBERSHIP PROCESS

    STRASBOURG - Council of Europe Secretary General Tery Davis said on Wednesday that they were ready to extend their best support to Turkey's European Union (EU) membership process.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:30

    [44] BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY STRAW DUE IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw will come to Ankara later on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:29

    [45] PROTEST AGAINST U.S. AND ISRAEL

    ISTANBUL - A group of people held a demonstration in Beyoglu district on Wednesday to protest the United States and Israel.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 13:29

    [46] FM FREIVALDS OF SWEDEN VISITS DIYARBAKIR MAYOR BAYDEMIR

    DIYARBAKIR - Foreign Minister Laila Freivalds of Sweden said on Wednesday that she hoped the European Union (EU) Commission would release a positive report about Turkey.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 12:37

    [47] SECURITY FORCES IMPOUND 30 KG OF UNPROCESSED HASHISH IN ANTALYA

    KORKUTELI - Security forces impounded 30 kg of unprocessed hashish in Korkuteli town of southern city of Antalya, sources told the A.A on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 12:37

    [48] TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF SPEAKER OF THE TURKISH GRAND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

    ANKARA - Justice & Development Party's Manisa MP Mr. Bülent Arınç (the actual speaker) and Izmir MP Ms. Serpil Yıldız declared that they are candidates for the election of TBMM (Turkish Parliament) speaker.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 12:36

    [49] KRETSCHMER: ''EU WILL START TO EXPEND SERIOUS FINANCIAL AID TO TURKEY AFTER 2006''

    ANKARA - ''European Union (EU) will start to expend serious financial aid to Turkey after 2006,'' Hansjorg Kretschmer, the head of European Union (EU) Commission Office in Turkey said on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 10:49

    [50] ERDOGAN ADDRESSES TURKISH CITIZENS: ''YOU SHOULD NOT FEAR OF INTEGRATION''

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressing Turkish citizens in Strasbourg said, ''you should not fear of integration. But, no to assimilation.''

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 09:52

    [51] UNITED STATES LOBBIES TO SUPPORT TURKEY'S EU MEMBERSHIP

    WASHINGTON D.C. - The United States has been pursuing a ''sophisticated'' lobby activity on the highest level including President George W. Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell in a bid to support Turkey's European Union (EU) membership.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 09:52

    [52] BABACAN MEETS EURASIA GROUP IN NEW YORK

    NEW YORK - Turkish State Minister Ali Babacan responsible for Treasury met Eurasia Group in New York on Wednesday.

    06 Ekim 2004 Çarşamba -- 09:11


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