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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-04-05

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] DISPATCH CONTINUES IN ISKENDERUN PORT
  • [02] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL SAYS IRAQI DIPLOMATS ASKED TO LEAVE TURKEY ''SINCE
  • [03] THREE IRAQI DIPLOMATS ASKED TO DEPART TURKEY
  • [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''TURKEY AND TRNC WILL TRY EVERY MEANS FOR A
  • [05] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''EU SHOULD NOT KILL EFFORT FOR PEACE''
  • [06] ANKARA LAUNCHES INITIATIVE IN EU AND U.N. REGARDING CYPRUS ISSUE
  • [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS WHETHER OR NOT TO HOLD A REFERENDUM FOR
  • [08] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''AS TURKISH SIDE, WE PROPOSED SUNDAY TO KHARRAZI''
  • [09] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''DOORS FOR A SOLUTION TO CYPRUS ISSUE HAVE NOT

  • [01] DISPATCH CONTINUES IN ISKENDERUN PORT

    ADANA - Dispatch of military vehicles and equipment continued in Iskenderun Port while Incirlik Base in Yuregir town of southern Adana province had a calm day on Saturday.

    05.04.2003

    [02] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL SAYS IRAQI DIPLOMATS ASKED TO LEAVE TURKEY ''SINCE THEY ARE IN EFFORTS BEYOND THEIR DIPLOMATIC AUTHORITIES''

    LEFKOSA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that three Iraqi diplomats were asked to leave Turkey ''since they were in efforts beyond their diplomatic authorities.''

    05.04.2003

    [03] THREE IRAQI DIPLOMATS ASKED TO DEPART TURKEY

    ANKARA - Three diplomats working in Iraqi Embassy in Ankara were asked to leave Turkey.

    05.04.2003

    [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''TURKEY AND TRNC WILL TRY EVERY MEANS FOR A PERMANENT SOLUTION''

    LEFKOSA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) would try every means for a permanent solution to Cyprus issue.

    05.04.2003

    [05] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''EU SHOULD NOT KILL EFFORT FOR PEACE''

    LEFKOSA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that Turkey had expectations from the European Union (EU) on April 16, when the accession accord of the Greek Cypriot side would be signed.

    05.04.2003

    [06] ANKARA LAUNCHES INITIATIVE IN EU AND U.N. REGARDING CYPRUS ISSUE

    ANKARA - Ankara thinks that the call that Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Rauf Denktas made to Greek Cypriot leader Tassos Papadopoulos on Wednesday and Friday should be evaluated as soon as possible and should not be wasted.

    05.04.2003

    [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SAYS WHETHER OR NOT TO HOLD A REFERENDUM FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT WILL BE SEZER'S APPRECIATION

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that whether or not to hold a referendum for the constitutional amendment adopted at the parliament on Friday would be the appreciation of President Ahmet Necdet Sezer.

    05.04.2003

    [08] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''AS TURKISH SIDE, WE PROPOSED SUNDAY TO KHARRAZI''

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that as Turkish side, they proposed Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi to pay his visit on Sunday due to the busy schedule of Ankara.

    05.04.2003

    [09] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL: ''DOORS FOR A SOLUTION TO CYPRUS ISSUE HAVE NOT BEEN CLOSED YET''

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that doors for a solution to Cyprus issue had not been closed yet.

    05.04.2003


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