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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-09-06

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] TURKISH NAVAL FORCES COMMANDER DUE TO UKRAINE
  • [02] TURKISH AGRICULTURE MINISTER MEETS HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART
  • [03] VERHEUGEN SAYS ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL REFORMS ARE IMPORTANT
  • [04] TURKISH JUSTICE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY HAS NEVER BACKED TERRORISM
  • [05] RULING AK PARTY SUBMITS MOTION FOR AN EMERGENCY PARLIAMENTARY MEETING
  • [06] TURKISH STATE MINISTER TUZMEN SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE OPENED AT RUSSIAN EMBASSY
  • [07] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 116.1 KG HEROIN AT KAPIKULE BORDER CROSSING
  • [08] IRAQI KURDISH OFFICIALS DUE IN ANKARA
  • [09] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL DUE TO MACEDONIA
  • [10] VERHEUGEN MEETS REPRESENTATIVES OF NGO's
  • [11] ERDOGAN-VERHEUGEN MEETING
  • [12] VERHEUGEN DECLINES TO COMMENT ON DISCUSSIONS ABOUT ADULTERY
  • [13] WE ARE LOYAL TO PROMISES MADE TO TURKISH CYPRIOTS, VERHEUGEN SAYS
  • [14] VERHEUGEN RULES OUT ANY NEW CONDITION OR DEMAND TO START ENTRY NEGOTIATIONS
  • [15] STATE MINISTER AYDIN IN NETHERLANDS
  • [16] GUL: ''TURKEY WAITS FOR A NEUTRAL AND FAIR REPORT FROM EU''
  • [17] ERDOGAN MEETS VERHEUGEN
  • [18] KOREAN AIR FORCES COMMANDER GEN. HAN HO LEE MET AIR FORCES COMMANDER FIRTINA
  • [19] TURKISH TREASURY TO REPAY 65.4 MILLION USD IN FOREIGN DEBT THIS WEEK
  • [20] CYPRUS: COMMITTEE ON MISSING PERSONS TO CONVENE TOMORROW
  • [21] PROGRESS REPORT TO BE MADE PUBLIC IN OCTOBER WILL BE FAIR AND NEUTRAL, VERHEUGEN SAYS
  • [22] GUL: ''TURKISH HOSTAGE IN IRAQ MITHAT CIVI RELEASED''
  • [23] ONE INJURED IN THE HAND AS TRYING TO HANG A PLACARD TIED WITH BOMB
  • [24] TURKEY TO REPAY 4.8 QUADRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT THIS WEEK
  • [25] NEW JUDICIAL YEAR STARTS
  • [26] FENER GREEK ORTHODOX PATRIARCHATE CONDEMNS PROTEST OF NATIONALISTS
  • [27] TALAT: ''OPENING OF MARAS IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO CYPRUS QUESTION''
  • [28] TURKISH-GREEK JOURNALISTS CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN ATHENS
  • [29] ISTANBUL POLICE CHIEF CERRAH LEAVES FOR U.S.
  • [30] VERHEUGEN MEETS EU COUNTRIES' REPRESENTATIVES IN ANKARA
  • [31] 73RD IZMIR INTERNATIONAL FAIR ENDS
  • [32] VERHEUGEN ARRIVES IN ANKARA
  • [33] KUREY'S VISIT TO TURKEY DELAYED
  • [34] AGRICULTURE MINISTER IN THE NETHERLANDS
  • [35] RENAY INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY WITHDRAWS FROM IRAQ
  • [36] TUZMEN: ''FOREIGN TRADE VOLUME WILL BE MORE THAN USD 1 BILLION BY THE END OF 2004''
  • [37] ALANA DOGAN DIES IN TERRORIST ACT IN NORTH OSSETIA
  • [38] TALAT: ''WE ATTRIBUTE GREAT IMPORTANCE TO FREE TRADE''
  • [39] 5TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF WORLD TURKISH BUSINESSMEN TO BE HELD IN ANKARA
  • [40] GUL: ''THERE IS INJUSTICE AGAINST TURKEY IN DISCUSSIONS OF ADULTERY''
  • [41] HEALTH MINISTER AKDAG LEAVES FOR DENMARK
  • [42] AKSU: ''IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IS UNDERSTOOD''
  • [43] A TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER KIDNAPPED IN IRAQ

  • [01] TURKISH NAVAL FORCES COMMANDER DUE TO UKRAINE

    ANKARA - Admiral Ozden Ornek, Commander of Turkish Naval Forces, would go to Ukraine to join the activities to mark the 150th anniversary of the Crimean War, his Office said on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi - 23:32

    [02] TURKISH AGRICULTURE MINISTER MEETS HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART

    AMSTERDAM - Turkish Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister Sami Guclu met on Monday his Dutch counterpart Cees Veerman in Noordwijk, a town near The Hague. Guclu, who is representing Turkey at the informal meeting of agriculture ministers of the European Union (EU) member and candidate countries, informed Veerman about investment opportunities for foreign businessmen in agriculture, and stressed that Turkey was ready for full membership negotiations in every area, including the area of agriculture.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi - 22:37

    [03] VERHEUGEN SAYS ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL REFORMS ARE IMPORTANT

    DIYARBAKIR - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union (EU) Commissioner for enlargement, said on Monday that the Union thought that economic, political and cultural reform process in Turkey was important, and noted that nobody or nothing should have a negative effect on this process.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi - 22:37

    [04] TURKISH JUSTICE MINISTER SAYS TURKEY HAS NEVER BACKED TERRORISM

    ANKARA - Turkey had never backed terrorism, wherever it was staged, and whatever its purpose was, Cemil Cicek, Turkish Justice Minister and government spokesman said on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 19:43

    [05] RULING AK PARTY SUBMITS MOTION FOR AN EMERGENCY PARLIAMENTARY MEETING

    ANKARA - Deputy chairmen and more than 200 deputies of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) presented on Monday a motion to the Office of Parliament Speaker, calling on the parliament to convene for an emergency meeting on September 14th.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 19:42

    [06] TURKISH STATE MINISTER TUZMEN SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE OPENED AT RUSSIAN EMBASSY

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen signed on Monday, on behalf of the Turkish government, the book of condolences opened at the Russian Embassy in Ankara for those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack on a school in North Ossetia last week.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 19:42

    [07] TURKISH POLICE SEIZE 116.1 KG HEROIN AT KAPIKULE BORDER CROSSING

    EDIRNE - Turkish police seized 116.1 kilograms of heroin at the Kapikule border crossing, Edirne Police Chief Ugur Gur said on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 19:42

    [08] IRAQI KURDISH OFFICIALS DUE IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Iraqi Kurdish officials Jalal Talabani and Nechirvan Barzani will pay a visit to Ankara, sources said on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:50

    [09] TURKISH NATIONAL DEFENSE MINISTER GONUL DUE TO MACEDONIA

    ANKARA - Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul will pay an official visit to Macedonia on Tuesday upon the invitation of Macedonian Defense Minister Vlado Buchkovski.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 18:50

    [10] VERHEUGEN MEETS REPRESENTATIVES OF NGO's

    ANKARA - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union Commissioner for Enlargement met on Monday representatives of non-governmental organizations. Reform process and implementation were discussed during the lunch.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 17:10

    [11] ERDOGAN-VERHEUGEN MEETING

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that ''there could be some deficiencies and problems as regards the implementation (of laws)'', stating that ''no one should expect those issues to be solved overnight''

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 16:06

    [12] VERHEUGEN DECLINES TO COMMENT ON DISCUSSIONS ABOUT ADULTERY

    ANKARA - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union Commissioner, declined comment on discussions about the issue of adultery in the new Turkish Penal Code (TCK).

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:27

    [13] WE ARE LOYAL TO PROMISES MADE TO TURKISH CYPRIOTS, VERHEUGEN SAYS

    ANKARA - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union Commissioner said that ''EU countries and institutions promised that they would end economic isolation of Turkish Cypriots'', adding that ''EU Commission was loyal to this promise''.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:27

    [14] VERHEUGEN RULES OUT ANY NEW CONDITION OR DEMAND TO START ENTRY NEGOTIATIONS

    ANKARA - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union (EU) Commissioner, said on Monday that judgment about Turkey in the Progress Report (of the EU Commission) that would be made public in October ''would be fair and honest''.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 15:26

    [15] STATE MINISTER AYDIN IN NETHERLANDS

    AMSTERDAM - Turkish State Minister Mehmet Aydin arrived in the Netherlands to attend a conference in which basic principles and values of the European Union (EU) will be discussed

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 14:02

    [16] GUL: ''TURKEY WAITS FOR A NEUTRAL AND FAIR REPORT FROM EU''

    ANKARA - ''Turkey waits for an objective and fair report from the European Union (Commission) in October,'' Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Monday

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 14:01

    [17] ERDOGAN MEETS VERHEUGEN

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met Guenter Verheugen, the European Union (EU) Commissioner, Enlargement, on Monday

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:29

    [18] KOREAN AIR FORCES COMMANDER GEN. HAN HO LEE MET AIR FORCES COMMANDER FIRTINA

    ANKARA - Korean Republic Air Forces Commander Gen. Han Ho Lee, actually in Ankara for an official visit met today Turkish Air Forces Commander Gen. Ibrahim Firtina

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:27

    [19] TURKISH TREASURY TO REPAY 65.4 MILLION USD IN FOREIGN DEBT THIS WEEK

    ANKARA - Turkish Treasury will repay 65.4 million U.S. dollars in foreign debt this week.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:26

    [20] CYPRUS: COMMITTEE ON MISSING PERSONS TO CONVENE TOMORROW

    LEFKOSA - Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus will convene for its third meeting in the buffer zone in Lefkosa on Tuesday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:06

    [21] PROGRESS REPORT TO BE MADE PUBLIC IN OCTOBER WILL BE FAIR AND NEUTRAL, VERHEUGEN SAYS

    ANKARA - Guenter Verheugen, the European Union (EU) Commissioner, Enlargement, said that the decision that would be taken about Turkey in December could not be delayed, stressing that the Progress Report (of the EU Commission) on Turkey that would be made public in October ''would be fair and neutral''

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:05

    [22] GUL: ''TURKISH HOSTAGE IN IRAQ MITHAT CIVI RELEASED''

    ANKARA - ''Turkish truck driver Mithat Civi, taken hostage in Iraq on Saturday, was released,'' Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:04

    [23] ONE INJURED IN THE HAND AS TRYING TO HANG A PLACARD TIED WITH BOMB

    IZMIR - One person was injured in the hand after an explosion as he tried to hang a placard tied with bomb in Ucyol district of the Aegean city of Izmir.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:03

    [24] TURKEY TO REPAY 4.8 QUADRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT THIS WEEK

    ANKARA - Turkey will repay 4.8 quadrillion Turkish liras (TL) in domestic debt this week.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:03

    [25] NEW JUDICIAL YEAR STARTS

    ANKARA - Supreme Court of Appeals First Deputy Chief Judge Mater Kaban said that ''administration could not change court decisions through legislative or executive bodies'', adding that ''it could not delay those decisions to be executed, either''. A ceremony was held in Ankara to mark the opening of 2004-2005 Judicial Year on Monday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 13:03

    [26] FENER GREEK ORTHODOX PATRIARCHATE CONDEMNS PROTEST OF NATIONALISTS

    ISTANBUL - Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarchate condemned on Sunday the protest staged by nationalist groups in front of the Patriarchate.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 11:19

    [27] TALAT: ''OPENING OF MARAS IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO CYPRUS QUESTION''

    LEFKOSA - ''Opening of Maras (Varosha) is directly connected to the Cyprus question, as a whole'' Mehmet Ali Talat, Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said on Sunday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 11:19

    [28] TURKISH-GREEK JOURNALISTS CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN ATHENS

    ISTANBUL - The 3rd conference of Turkish-Greek Journalists will be held in Athens between October 9th and 10th, 2004.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 11:18

    [29] ISTANBUL POLICE CHIEF CERRAH LEAVES FOR U.S.

    ISTANBUL - Istanbul Police Chief Celalettin Cerrah left for the United States on Sunday upon an invitation from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 10:12

    [30] VERHEUGEN MEETS EU COUNTRIES' REPRESENTATIVES IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - The European Union (EU) Commissioner, Enlargement, Guenter Verheugen met on Monday EU countries' representatives in Ankara over a working breakfast.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 10:11

    [31] 73RD IZMIR INTERNATIONAL FAIR ENDS

    IZMIR - The 73rd Izmir International Fair ended on Sunday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 10:11

    [32] VERHEUGEN ARRIVES IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - The European Union (EU) Commissioner, Enlargement, Guenter Verheugen arrived in Ankara late on Sunday.

    06 Eylül 2004 Pazartesi -- 09:49

    [33] KUREY'S VISIT TO TURKEY DELAYED

    ANKARA - Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Kurey's visit to Turkey was postponed, it was reported on Sunday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 16:11

    [34] AGRICULTURE MINISTER IN THE NETHERLANDS

    AMSTERDAM - Turkish Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister Sami Guclu arrived in the Netherlands to attend informal meeting of agriculture ministers of the European Union (EU).

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 15:15

    [35] RENAY INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY WITHDRAWS FROM IRAQ

    HATAY/MERSIN - Renay International Transportation Company, which Turkish truck driver Mithat Civi worked for, decided to withdraw from Iraq on Sunday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 14:48

    [36] TUZMEN: ''FOREIGN TRADE VOLUME WILL BE MORE THAN USD 1 BILLION BY THE END OF 2004''

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen said, ''Turkey's foreign trade volume with 30 countries will be more than one billion U.S. dollars by the end of 2004.''

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 14:13

    [37] ALANA DOGAN DIES IN TERRORIST ACT IN NORTH OSSETIA

    ANKARA - Turkish citizen Alana Dogan died in terrorist act in North Ossetia, Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesman Namik Tan said on Sunday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 13:13

    [38] TALAT: ''WE ATTRIBUTE GREAT IMPORTANCE TO FREE TRADE''

    LEFKOSA - ''Approval of Free Trade Regulation by the European Union (EU) will extremely be important for us,'' said Mehmet Ali Talat, Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on Saturday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 12:44

    [39] 5TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF WORLD TURKISH BUSINESSMEN TO BE HELD IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - The 5th General Assembly meeting of World Turkish businessmen will be held in Ankara between September 30th and October 1st.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 12:03

    [40] GUL: ''THERE IS INJUSTICE AGAINST TURKEY IN DISCUSSIONS OF ADULTERY''

    MAASTRICHT - Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday that it would be unjust to disregard Turkey's reform studies, which can be considered as civilian revolution, by showing an article outlawing adultery as pretext.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 11:16

    [41] HEALTH MINISTER AKDAG LEAVES FOR DENMARK

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Health Minister Recep Akdag left for Denmark on Sunday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 11:05

    [42] AKSU: ''IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IS UNDERSTOOD''

    ABANT - Turkish Interior Minister Abdulkadir Aksu said, ''the recent terrorist act in Russia has showed the importance of international cooperation in fight against terrorism.''

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 11:05

    [43] A TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER KIDNAPPED IN IRAQ

    CAIRO - Another Turkish truck driver was kidnapped in Iraq on Saturday.

    05 Eylül 2004 Pazar -- 10:36


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