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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-06-18

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] PRINCE MIKASA OF JAPAN COMES TO TURKEY
  • [02] GUL RECEIVES ITF CHAIRMAN SANAN AHMET AGA
  • [03] WESTON ARRIVES IN ANKARA
  • [04] STATE MINISTER BABACAN EXPLAINS TURKEY TO BRITISH INVESTORS
  • [05] FOREIGN MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL MEETS WITH BUSH'S NATIONAL SECURITY
  • [06] SIXTH EU ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE TO BE DEBATED ON THURSDAY
  • [07] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SAHIN SAYS PROBLEMS BETWEEN TURKEY AND GREECE WILL
  • [08] JUSTICE MINISTER AND GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN CICEK: ''WE WISH COLLECTIVE
  • [09] GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN CICEK SAYS THEY DESIRE TO MAKE SIXTH ADJUSTMENT
  • [10] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR UKRAINE: (2) ''IMPROVEMENT OF COOPERATION WITH
  • [11] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LODGES COMPLAINT ABOUT UZAN
  • [12] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR UKRAINE
  • [13] FM SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ: ''STUDIES ON FIXING DATE FOR IRANIAN COMMANDER'S
  • [14] CABINET MEETING ENDS
  • [15] CHP LEADER BAYKAL: ''NO EXCUSE WILL BE ABLE TO PREVENT MEMBERSHIP
  • [16] FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ SAYS TURKEY SHARES VIEWS OF TRNC
  • [17] FM SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ: ''PROBLEM AT HABUR BORDER GATE TO BE OVERCOME''
  • [18] STATE MINISTER BABACAN ARRIVES IN LONDON
  • [19] JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK: ''WE WANT DRAFT TO BE ENACTED THIS WEEK''
  • [20] SIXTH ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE APPROVED IN PARLIAMENTARY JUSTICE COMMISSION (1)
  • [21] JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK: ''EU IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF TURKEY''
  • [22] ADJUSTMENT TO CONSTITUTION IN MILITARY PENAL CODE -DRAFT LAW ENVISAGING
  • [23] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENES
  • [24] CENGIZER: ''WHILE NATO COULD NOT TALK ABOUT WAR, TURKEY WAS ASKED TO TAKE
  • [25] PARLIAMENTARY JUSTICE COMMISSION STARTS DEBATING SIXTH ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE
  • [26] STATE MINISTER BABACAN LEAVES FOR BRITAIN
  • [27] BABACAN: ''WE DID NOT DISCUSS SITUATION AFTER 2004 WITH IMF''
  • [28] TURKEY PROPOSES COOPERATION TO UNITED STATES IN IRAQ

  • [01] PRINCE MIKASA OF JAPAN COMES TO TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - Prince Tomohito Mikasa of Japan came to Istanbul late on Wednesday

    18.06.2003

    [02] GUL RECEIVES ITF CHAIRMAN SANAN AHMET AGA

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Wednesday that the Habur border gate on Iraqi border would probably be opened again the same day

    18.06.2003

    [03] WESTON ARRIVES IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Thomas Weston, the Special Coordinator of the U.S. State Department for Cyprus, arrived in Ankara on Wednesday to hold meetings

    18.06.2003

    [04] STATE MINISTER BABACAN EXPLAINS TURKEY TO BRITISH INVESTORS

    LONDON - State Minister Ali Babacan said on Wednesday that busy programme of the Parliament caused delay of the fifth letter of intent which was planned to be given to International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the middle of June

    18.06.2003

    [05] FOREIGN MINISTRY UNDERSECRETARY ZIYAL MEETS WITH BUSH'S NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR RICE IN THE UNITED STATES

    WASHINGTON D.C. - Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Ugur Ziyal met on Wednesday with U.S. President George W. Bush's National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice within his contacts in the United States.

    18.06.2003

    [06] SIXTH EU ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE TO BE DEBATED ON THURSDAY

    ANKARA - The Sixth European Union (EU) adjustment package will be debated at Parliamentary General Assembly on Thursday.

    18.06.2003

    [07] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SAHIN SAYS PROBLEMS BETWEEN TURKEY AND GREECE WILL BE SOLVED PEACEFULLY

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin said on Wednesday that problems between Turkey and Greece regarding the discussions on air space over the Aegean would be solved through peaceful means.

    18.06.2003

    [08] JUSTICE MINISTER AND GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN CICEK: ''WE WISH COLLECTIVE BARGAINING TO RESULT WITH COMPROMISE''

    ANKARA - Justice Minister and Government Spokesman Cemil Cicek said on Wednesday that the government wished the collective bargaining negotiations to be resulted with compromise.

    18.06.2003

    [09] GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN CICEK SAYS THEY DESIRE TO MAKE SIXTH ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE LAW AFTER DISCUSSING IT AT PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON

    ANKARA - Justice Minister and Government Spokesman Cemil Cicek said on Wednesday that if Parliamentary Advisory Board convened and took a decision, they desired to make the Sixth Adjustment Package law after discussing it at Parliament on Thursday afternoon.

    18.06.2003

    [10] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR UKRAINE: (2) ''IMPROVEMENT OF COOPERATION WITH UKRAINE IS IMPORTANT FOR STABILITY, COOPERATION AND PROSPERITY OF OUR REGION''

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer said on Wednesday that the improvement of bilateral and regional cooperation with Ukraine carried importance for stability, cooperation and prosperity of the region.

    18.06.2003

    [11] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LODGES COMPLAINT ABOUT UZAN

    BURSA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan lodged a complaint about Young Party (GP) leader Cem Uzan due to his speech in northwestern Bursa province.

    18.06.2003

    [12] PRESIDENT SEZER LEAVES FOR UKRAINE

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer left for Ukraine for an official visit at 03.15 p.m. on Wednesday.

    18.06.2003

    [13] FM SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ: ''STUDIES ON FIXING DATE FOR IRANIAN COMMANDER'S VISIT TO TURKEY CONTINUE''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Huseyin Dirioz said on Wednesday that studies continued to fix the date of Iranian Army's General Commander Gen. Mohammad Selimi's visit to Turkey.

    18.06.2003

    [14] CABINET MEETING ENDS

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

    18.06.2003

    [15] CHP LEADER BAYKAL: ''NO EXCUSE WILL BE ABLE TO PREVENT MEMBERSHIP NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN TURKEY AND EU IN 2004''

    KIZILCAHAMAM - Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal said on Wednesday that no excuse in 2004 would be able to prevent the full membership negotiations between Turkey and the EU in 2004.

    18.06.2003

    [16] FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ SAYS TURKEY SHARES VIEWS OF TRNC REGARDING EXTENSION OF MISSION PERIOD OF U.N. PEACE KEEPING FORCE

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Huseyin Dirioz said on Wednesday that Turkey shared the views of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) regarding the extension of mission period of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force in Cyprus.

    18.06.2003

    [17] FM SPOKESMAN DIRIOZ: ''PROBLEM AT HABUR BORDER GATE TO BE OVERCOME''

    ANKARA - Foreign Ministry Spokesman Huseyin Dirioz said on Wednesday that the problem at Habur Border Gate which started during passages on Tuesday would be overcome, adding that the contacts on the issue continued.

    18.06.2003

    [18] STATE MINISTER BABACAN ARRIVES IN LONDON

    ANKARA - State Minister Ali Babacan arrived in British capital London on Wednesday to hold meetings with foreign investors and finance organizations within the scope of program which was prepared by international finance organization namely Merrill Lynch.

    18.06.2003

    [19] JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK: ''WE WANT DRAFT TO BE ENACTED THIS WEEK''

    ANKARA - The sixth European Union (EU) adjustment package which was approved in the Parliamentary Justice Commission on Wednesday is expected to be debated in the Parliamentary General Assembly this week.

    18.06.2003

    [20] SIXTH ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE APPROVED IN PARLIAMENTARY JUSTICE COMMISSION (1)

    ANKARA - The sixth European Union (EU) adjustment package was approved in the Parliamentary Justice Commission started on Wednesday.

    18.06.2003

    [21] JUSTICE MINISTER CICEK: ''EU IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF TURKEY''

    ANKARA - Justice Minister Cemil Cicek said on Wednesday that the European Union (EU) was for the benefit of Turkey and Turkey had to take place in that world.

    18.06.2003

    [22] ADJUSTMENT TO CONSTITUTION IN MILITARY PENAL CODE -DRAFT LAW ENVISAGING ABOLISHMENT OF DEATH PENALTY, APART FROM MOBILIZATION AND WARFARE, TO BE DISCUSSED IN NATIONAL DEFENSE COMMISSION ON THURSDAY

    ANKARA - Draft law envisaging abolishment of death penalty in military law, apart from situations foreseen in the Constitution, will be discussed in Parliamentary National Defense Commission.

    18.06.2003

    [23] COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONVENES

    ANKARA - The Council of Ministers convened under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday.

    18.06.2003

    [24] CENGIZER: ''WHILE NATO COULD NOT TALK ABOUT WAR, TURKEY WAS ASKED TO TAKE A DECISION TO SUPPORT WAR''

    NEW YORK - Altay Cengizer, the deputy permanent representative of Turkey to the United Nations, said on Wednesday, ''while debates at NATO about Patriot missiles to be given to Turkey were prevented because it would mean giving support to the war in Iraq, Turkey was asked to take a decision to support the war.''

    18.06.2003

    [25] PARLIAMENTARY JUSTICE COMMISSION STARTS DEBATING SIXTH ADJUSTMENT PACKAGE

    ANKARA - The Parliamentary Justice Commission started on Wednesday debating the sixth European Union (EU) adjustment package.

    18.06.2003

    [26] STATE MINISTER BABACAN LEAVES FOR BRITAIN

    ANKARA - State Minister Ali Babacan left for British capital London on Wednesday to inform foreign investors on Turkey and to invite them to invest in Turkey.

    18.06.2003

    [27] BABACAN: ''WE DID NOT DISCUSS SITUATION AFTER 2004 WITH IMF''

    ANKARA - State Minister Ali Babacan said that they did not discuss situation after 2004 with International Monetary Fund (IMF) and stated, ''we don't want to get any debt from IMF. We don't want to make a new stand-by agreement with IMF, either.''

    18.06.2003

    [28] TURKEY PROPOSES COOPERATION TO UNITED STATES IN IRAQ

    WASHINGTON D.C. - In the package, which was submitted to the United States by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Ugur Ziyal who is currently in Washington D.C. on a visit, Turkey proposed cooperation to the United States in Iraq.

    18.06.2003


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