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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-05-18

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] U.S. EMBASSY IN ANKARA DENIES SOME NEWS STORIES
  • [02] TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DUE TO ROMANIA
  • [03] GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY
  • [04] MEMORIAL FOR SPANISH SOLDIERS COMPLETED
  • [05] FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS (2)
  • [06] FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS (1) -EXPORTS FROM TURKEY INCREASES BY 25.5 PERCENT
  • [07] SOCCER -BESIKTAS COACH LUCESCU RESIGNS
  • [08] UNAKITAN INVITES SAUDI INVESTORS TO TURKEY
  • [09] ANKARA-RIYADH - 18.05.2004 - Turkish Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan, who is currently in Riyadh for Turkey-Saudi Arabia Joint
  • [10] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC SAYS RULING PARTIES SHOULD REMEMBER THEY ARE REPRESENTATIVES OF WHOLE NATION
  • [11] TURKEY SIGNS COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH EUROPOL
  • [12] TURKISH STATE MINISTER MEETS WITH CHINESE JOURNALISTS
  • [13] FENER GREEK ORTHODOX PATRIARCH TO LEAD TRADITIONAL SPRING MASS IN NEVSEHIR
  • [14] TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTER LEAVES FOR BELGIUM
  • [15] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY READY TO CONTRIBUTE TO ESDP PROJECT
  • [16] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY AND GREECE CAN REDUCE DEFENSE EXPENDITURES WITH MUTUAL CONFIDENCE
  • [17] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR SIGN AN ACTION PLAN
  • [18] BLAIR DEPARTS FROM ANKARA
  • [19] BLAIR SAYS EFFORTS ARE UNDER WAY IN EU TO LIFT ISOLATION AGAINST TRNC
  • [20] ERDOGAN HOSTS A BANQUET IN HONOR OF BLAIR
  • [21] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (6) -ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT IRAQI PEOPLE BY SENDING HUMANITARIAN
  • [22] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (5) -BLAIR: ''BRITAIN WILL NOT CUT AND RUN FROM IRAQ''
  • [23] MFA: ''THERE IS NOT ANY CHANGE IN TURKISH-ISRAELI RELATIONS''
  • [24] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (4) -BLAIR SAYS THEY APPRECIATED TURKISH GOVERNMENT'S LEADERSHIP AND COURAGE OVER
  • [25] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (3) -BLAIR: ''WE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE JOB IS DONE IN IRAQ''
  • [26] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (2) -BLAIR SAYS THEY WILL WORK TO PUT AN END TO ISOLATION AGAINST TURKISH CYPRIOTS
  • [27] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (1) -ERDOGAN: ''WE HAVE ACCEPTED AN ACTION PLAN BETWEEN TURKEY AND BRITAIN''
  • [28] CHINESE JOURNALISTS VISIT ANADOLU AGENCY
  • [29] TURKISH SECURITY FORCES CAPTURE 15 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IN EDIRNE
  • [30] TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTRY CALLS SIDES IN MIDDLE EAST TO RETURN TO NEGOTIATION TABLE
  • [31] TURKISH AND BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS MEET IN ANKARA
  • [32] SENER SAYS ECONOMIC COORDINATION BOARD SET UP FOR ECONOMY TO FUNCTION IN COORDINATION
  • [33] OIC MINISTERS' DELEGATION TO HOLD TALKS WITH MIDDLE EAST QUARTET
  • [34] TURKISH CABINET REVIEWS PRIOR LEGAL ARRANGEMENTS TO BE MADE FOR EU MEMBERSHIP PROCESS
  • [35] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR
  • [36] TWO TERRORISTS DIE AS MINE EXPLODES IN THEIR HAND IN SIRNAK
  • [37] BRITISH PRIME MINISTER ARRIVES IN ANKARA
  • [38] IRNA PRESIDENT VISITS A.A DIRECTOR GENERAL
  • [39] TURKISH PARLIAMENT SPEAKER IN STRASBOURG
  • [40] TURKISH POLICE CONFISCATE 26.2 KG HEROIN IN HATAY
  • [41] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL SAYS TURKEY'S ACCESSION IS TO BENEFIT OF EU
  • [42] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 40.7 KG HEROIN IN VAN
  • [43] WORLD BANK TURKEY DIRECTOR SAYS RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH ECONOMY DON'T RAISE ALARM
  • [44] TURKISH PARLIAMENT SPEAKER LEAVES FOR STRASBOURG
  • [45] OIC TROIKA TO VISIT MIDDLE EAST QUARTET
  • [46] GENDARME FORCES CAPTURE 44 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS WHO ENTER TURKEY IN VAN
  • [47] BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR DUE IN TURKEY

  • [01] U.S. EMBASSY IN ANKARA DENIES SOME NEWS STORIES

    ANKARA - The U.S. Embassy in Ankara and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) have denied some news stories claiming that the United States wanted to establish new military bases in Turkey.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı - 18:33

    [02] TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DUE TO ROMANIA

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay an official visit to Romania between May 20 and 21 as the guest of Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Prime Ministry Press Center said on Tuesday.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı - 16:58

    [03] GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul returned to Turkey on Tuesday after completing his visit to Belgium.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı - 16:58

    [04] MEMORIAL FOR SPANISH SOLDIERS COMPLETED

    TRABZON - Construction of the memorial for Spanish soldiers who lost their lives in a plane crash in Trabzon was completed.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:58

    [05] FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS (2)

    ANKARA - Imports of consumption goods increased by 119.4 percent in March of 2004 and by 102 percent in the January-March period of 2004 over to the same periods of previous year.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:57

    [06] FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS (1) -EXPORTS FROM TURKEY INCREASES BY 25.5 PERCENT

    ANKARA - Turkey exported 13 billion 4.2 million U.S. dollars of goods and imported 20 billion 213 million U.S. dollars of goods in the January-March period of 2004.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:57

    [07] SOCCER -BESIKTAS COACH LUCESCU RESIGNS

    ISTANBUL - Mircea Lucescu of Romania has resigned as Turkish Super League club Besiktas coach.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:57

    [08] UNAKITAN INVITES SAUDI INVESTORS TO TURKEY

    [09] ANKARA-RIYADH - 18.05.2004 - Turkish Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan, who is currently in Riyadh for Turkey-Saudi Arabia Joint Economic Committee (JEC) meetings, invited Saudi investors to Turkey, the Finance Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:56

    [10] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ARINC SAYS RULING PARTIES SHOULD REMEMBER THEY ARE REPRESENTATIVES OF WHOLE NATION

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc said on Tuesday that ruling parties should always remember that they were representatives not only of majority that they represented, but also representatives of whole nation.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 16:56

    [11] TURKEY SIGNS COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH EUROPOL

    ANKARA - Turkish Directorate General of Security and the European Law Enforcement Organization (Europol) signed on Tuesday cooperation agreement.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 13:13

    [12] TURKISH STATE MINISTER MEETS WITH CHINESE JOURNALISTS

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister Besir Atalay met on Tuesday with Chinese journalists who are paying a visit to Turkey as the guest of Turkish Directorate General of Press and Information.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 12:53

    [13] FENER GREEK ORTHODOX PATRIARCH TO LEAD TRADITIONAL SPRING MASS IN NEVSEHIR

    NEVSEHIR - Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew would lead the spring mass to be held in Mustafapasa hamlet in Urgup town of central Nevsehir province, Mustafapasa Mayor Mustafa Ozer said on Tuesday.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 11:15

    [14] TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTER LEAVES FOR BELGIUM

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul left on Tuesday for Belgian capital Brussels to attend the meeting of Turkey-European Union (EU) Association Council

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 10:46

    [15] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY READY TO CONTRIBUTE TO ESDP PROJECT

    BRUSSELS - Turkey was ready to contribute to ''Headline Goal 2010'' project of the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP), Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul said on Monday.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 10:35

    [16] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY AND GREECE CAN REDUCE DEFENSE EXPENDITURES WITH MUTUAL CONFIDENCE

    BRUSSELS - Turkey and Greece could reduce defense expenditures with mutual confidence, Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul said late on Monday.

    18 Mayıs 2004 Salı -- 10:07

    [17] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR SIGN AN ACTION PLAN

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have signed an action plan including steps to be taken to further deepen co-operation between Turkey and Britain.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 23:43

    [18] BLAIR DEPARTS FROM ANKARA

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair departed from Turkey on Monday after completing his visit to Ankara.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 22:57

    [19] BLAIR SAYS EFFORTS ARE UNDER WAY IN EU TO LIFT ISOLATION AGAINST TRNC

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said at his meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that efforts had been under way within the structure of the European Union (EU) to put an end to isolation against Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), adding that they would assess the issue in the EU.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 22:55

    [20] ERDOGAN HOSTS A BANQUET IN HONOR OF BLAIR

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has hosted a banquet in honor of British Prime Minister Tony Blair who is currently in Ankara on a daily working visit.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 21:37

    [21] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (6) -ERDOGAN: ''TURKEY WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT IRAQI PEOPLE BY SENDING HUMANITARIAN AID''

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, ''serious problems have still been continuing in Iraq. Turkey will continue to support Iraqi people by sending humanitarian aid.''

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 21:20

    [22] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (5) -BLAIR: ''BRITAIN WILL NOT CUT AND RUN FROM IRAQ''

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said, ''the task of leadership when things get difficult is precisely not to cut and run but to face the difficulties and to overcome them.''

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 21:07

    [23] MFA: ''THERE IS NOT ANY CHANGE IN TURKISH-ISRAELI RELATIONS''

    ANKARA - Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has stated, ''there is not any change in structure and content of the bilateral relations between Turkey and Israel.''

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 20:51

    [24] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (4) -BLAIR SAYS THEY APPRECIATED TURKISH GOVERNMENT'S LEADERSHIP AND COURAGE OVER CYPRUS ISSUE

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that they appreciated the Turkish government's leadership and courage over the Cyprus issue and its support to implementation of United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan's plan.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 20:41

    [25] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (3) -BLAIR: ''WE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE JOB IS DONE IN IRAQ''

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said, ''we will continue until the job is done in Iraq.''

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 20:31

    [26] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (2) -BLAIR SAYS THEY WILL WORK TO PUT AN END TO ISOLATION AGAINST TURKISH CYPRIOTS

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that they should do everything in their power to put an end to the isolation against Turkish Cypriot people who supported United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan's plan in the referendum on April 24, 2004.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 20:21

    [27] ERDOGAN AND BLAIR HOLD A JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE (1) -ERDOGAN: ''WE HAVE ACCEPTED AN ACTION PLAN BETWEEN TURKEY AND BRITAIN''

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, ''British Prime Minister Tony Blair and I have accepted an action plan between Turkey and Britain. Under the plan, regular consultations will be held on the level of foreign ministers to review measures to be taken by Turkey to adjust to the Copenhagen political criteria.''

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 20:12

    [28] CHINESE JOURNALISTS VISIT ANADOLU AGENCY

    ANKARA - A delegation from All-China Journalists' Association visited on Monday Anadolu Agency (A.A) Executive Board Chairman and Director General Hilmi Bengi.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 19:08

    [29] TURKISH SECURITY FORCES CAPTURE 15 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IN EDIRNE

    EDIRNE - Turkish security forces captured 15 illegal immigrants in northwestern province of Edirne, sources said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:43

    [30] TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTRY CALLS SIDES IN MIDDLE EAST TO RETURN TO NEGOTIATION TABLE

    ANKARA - Turkish Foreign Ministry Monday called on sides in the Middle East to return to the negotiation table.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:42

    [31] TURKISH AND BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS MEET IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met on Monday with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is paying a working visit to Turkish capital Ankara

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:32

    [32] SENER SAYS ECONOMIC COORDINATION BOARD SET UP FOR ECONOMY TO FUNCTION IN COORDINATION

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Monday that ''Economic Coordination Board'' comprised of five ministers was set up for economy to function in coordination and to follow economic developments regularly.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:19

    [33] OIC MINISTERS' DELEGATION TO HOLD TALKS WITH MIDDLE EAST QUARTET

    ANKARA - ''Ministers' Delegation'' that has been set up under the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) will hold talks on Palestine-Israel conflict with the Middle East Quartet (United States, U.N., European Union (EU) and Russian Federation), sources said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 17:58

    [34] TURKISH CABINET REVIEWS PRIOR LEGAL ARRANGEMENTS TO BE MADE FOR EU MEMBERSHIP PROCESS

    ANKARA - Turkish Council of Ministers reviewed prior legal arrangements to be made on the road to European Union (EU) membership process, Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 17:42

    [35] PRESIDENT SEZER RECEIVES BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR

    ANKARA - Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer received on Monday British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is currently in Ankara for one-day working visit.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 17:21

    [36] TWO TERRORISTS DIE AS MINE EXPLODES IN THEIR HAND IN SIRNAK

    GUCLUKONAK - Two members of the terrorist organization PKK/KONGRA-GEL died in Guclukonak town of southeastern Sirnak province as the landmine they wanted to plant on a highway exploded in their hand, sources said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 16:53

    [37] BRITISH PRIME MINISTER ARRIVES IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrived in Turkish capital Ankara for one-day working visit on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 16:07

    [38] IRNA PRESIDENT VISITS A.A DIRECTOR GENERAL

    ANKARA - Abdollah Naseri Taheri, the President of Iranian official news agency IRNA, visited on Monday Anadolu Agency (A.A) Director General and Executive Board Chairman Hilmi Bengi at A.A Headquarters in Ankara, Turkey.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:49

    [39] TURKISH PARLIAMENT SPEAKER IN STRASBOURG

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc arrived in Strasbourg on Monday to attend the European Conference of Presidents of Parliaments in which parliament speakers of Council of Europe (COE) member countries will participate

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:41

    [40] TURKISH POLICE CONFISCATE 26.2 KG HEROIN IN HATAY

    ANTAKYA - Turkish police confiscated 26.2 kilograms of heroin in Dortyol town of southern Hatay province, Hatay Police Chief Cafer Sahin said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:12

    [41] NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL SAYS TURKEY'S ACCESSION IS TO BENEFIT OF EU

    BRUSSELS - Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul said on Monday that Turkey's accession to the European Union (EU) was of great importance for security interests of the EU.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 14:39

    [42] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 40.7 KG HEROIN IN VAN

    VAN - Turkish police seized 40.7 kilograms of heroin in eastern Van province, sources said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 14:18

    [43] WORLD BANK TURKEY DIRECTOR SAYS RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH ECONOMY DON'T RAISE ALARM

    ANKARA - Recent developments in Turkish economy did not raise alarm, World Bank Turkey Director Andrew Vorkink said on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 14:12

    [44] TURKISH PARLIAMENT SPEAKER LEAVES FOR STRASBOURG

    ANKARA - Turkish Parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc left on Monday for Strasbourg to attend the Conference of European Parliament Speakers between May 17 and 19.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:53

    [45] OIC TROIKA TO VISIT MIDDLE EAST QUARTET

    ANKARA - The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Troika will visit Middle East Quartet on foreign ministers level for Israeli-Palestinian dispute process.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:40

    [46] GENDARME FORCES CAPTURE 44 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS WHO ENTER TURKEY IN VAN

    CALDIRAN - Gendarme forces captured on Monday 44 illegal immigrants who entered Turkey in Caldiran town of eastern Van province.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 12:29

    [47] BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR DUE IN TURKEY

    ANKARA - British Prime Minister Tony Blair will pay a daily working visit to Turkey on Monday.

    17 Mayıs 2004 Pazartesi -- 11:56


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