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Macedonian Press Agency: News in English, 99-11-02

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From: The Macedonian Press Agency at http://www.mpa.gr and http://www.hri.org/MPA.


MACEDONIAN PRESS AGENCY NEWS IN ENGLISH
Thessaloniki, November 2, 1999

SECTIONS

  • [A] NATIONAL NEWS
  • [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • NEWS HEADLINES

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

  • [01] BALKAN RECONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE BEGINS IN THESSALONIKI
  • [02] SVVE: RECONSTRUCTION PLAN SHOULD INCLUDE ALL OF S.E. EUROPE
  • [03] M-T MINISTER, THESSALONIKI MAYOR SALUTE BALKAN CONFERENCE
  • [04] PREMIER TRAVELS TO BULGARIA ON THRUSDAY, FRANCE ON SUNDAY
  • [05] BUDGET TO BE TABLED IN PARLIAMENT TOMORROW, NOVEMBER 3
  • [06] PREMIER TO MEET WITH US AMBASSADOR NICHOLAS BURNS TODAY
  • [07] PROTESTS PLANNED AHEAD OF US PRESIDENT'S VISIT TO ATHENS
  • [08] MOLDOVAN PRESIDENT RECEIVED BY SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE TODAY
  • [09] TEN DEAD IN SUPER FAST FERRY FIRE, ALL KURDISH STOWAWAYS
  • [10] ASE GENERAL PRICE INDEX RISES BY .89 PER CENT
  • [11] HOBACH: GREECE SHOULD BECOME AN EXAMPLE FOR THE BALKAN COUNTRIES
  • [12] NANO: THE BOMBS HAD AS A TARGET THE MILOSEVIC REGIME
  • [13] SIMITIS - BURNS MEETING
  • [14] MARGINAL RISE IN THE ATHENS STOCK EXCHANGE
  • [15] SARIK TARA: WE NEED GREECE BECAUSE IT IS A EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER
  • [16] RANTEV PROPOSED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL RECONSTRUCTION FUND
  • [17] THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION OFFERS 55 MILLION EURO FOR KOSSOVO
  • [18] REPPAS: THE ECEVIT STATEMENTS ARE UNFAIR
  • [19] JUGANOVIC LAUNCHED A STRONG ATTACK ON MILOSEVIC FROM THESSALONIKI
  • [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • [20] GREEK FOREIGN MINISTER CONDUCTS OFFICIAL VISIT TO CANADA
  • [21] VARTHOLOMEOS VISITS TIRANA TODAY, TO MEET WITH PRESIDENT, PM
  • [22] GREECE TO TAKE PART IN BULGARIAN TELECOMS FORUM
  • [23] FYROM: PETKOVSKI, TRAJKOVSKI TO COMPETE IN RUN OFFS - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  • NEWS IN DETAIL

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

    [01] BALKAN RECONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE BEGINS IN THESSALONIKI

    A two-day conference on Balkan reconstruction got underway in Thessaloniki today at the Ioannis Vellidis conference center, inaugurated by the special coordinator of the Stability Pact for SE Europe, Bondo Hombach and attended by prominent officials of several governments and organizations, among them the president of Montenegro Milo Djuganovic, he President of Albania's Socialist Party Fatos Nano, the ministers of Finance and National Economy from Bulgaria, Albania, Romania and FYROM and the U.S. ambassador to Athens Nicholas Burns.

    The conference will include discussion of inter-Balkan cooperation in business and banking, and of the financing of the planned reconstruction projects. More than 500 firms from Greece, the Balkans, Europe, the U.S. and Japan are participating.

    National economy minister Yiannos Papantoniou will present Greece's Balkan reconstruction plan, to be followed by an exchange of views with his Balkan counterparts. Also, the Minister of Development Evangelos Venizelos will attend the event, along with the Ministers of Transport and Macedonia - Thrace, Tasos Mantelis and Yiannis Magriotis respectively, and the undersecretary of National Economy Rodoula Zisi.

    The event is jointly organized by the Industries Association of Northern Greece (SVVE), the International Trade Fair of Thessaloniki and the Euromoney publications.

    [02] SVVE: RECONSTRUCTION PLAN SHOULD INCLUDE ALL OF S.E. EUROPE

    The Balkan reconstruction plan should include all the countries of the Southeast European region, including Yugoslavia, stated the President of the Northern Greece Industries Association Vasilis Takas during his address at the Thessaloniki-held conference on Balkan reconstruction, while he also stressed that Kosovo should constitute a foremost priority within the project's span.

    Mr. Takas supported that the socio-economic and political unrest that erupts at one country's border also influences the neighboring states as well as the overall region, while adding that Yugoslavia's exclusion would create a "black hole" in the center of the Balkans.

    Itemizing the concerns that should be addressed by the conference's delegates, Mr. Takas firstly stated that the numerous delays lead to the question of whether or not the available funds are sufficient for executing the reconstruction plan's projects.

    Secondly, he referred to the role to be taken by both the receiving and the giving countries, with the involvement of international non-governmental organizations, and the cooperation that can be found with international credit institutions.

    Lastly, he stated that a key question that remains to be answered is the expanse of the reconstruction and which countries exactly the said plan will involve, as well as the correlation between the sectors of security, economy and political framework.

    Mr. Takas stressed that the three aforementioned sectors should be concurrently developed in order to establish political and economic stability, the necessary institutional framework, and the needed infrastructures for attracting foreign investors.

    [03] M-T MINISTER, THESSALONIKI MAYOR SALUTE BALKAN CONFERENCE

    Addressing the opening day of the Thessaloniki-held conference on the Balkan Reconstruction plan, the Minister of Macedonia- Thrace Yiannis Magriotis stressed the need of a unified strategy, stating that it is the only way to achieve the manifold results sought by Europe.

    "If unilateral strategies are developed without a unified plan, then they could result in new tensions and sources of economic competition in a region that is suffering from the lack of economic, institutional and political structures," the Minister stated.

    Furthermore, he added that the selection of Thessaloniki as the headquarters of the Organization for the Reconstruction Plan, attests to the city's strategic geographical position, as well as the stability and level of infrastructures it features.

    Thessaloniki Mayor Vasilis Papageorgopoulos referred to the role that can be carried out by the local administration, in terms of the region's reconstruction, by undertaking initiatives in cooperation with all the local government authorities.

    "The Municipality of Thessaloniki is preparing systematically for such a role," Mr. Papageorgopoulos stated, adding that mayors from all Balkan cities are to be invited to a relevant conference.

    [04] PREMIER TRAVELS TO BULGARIA ON THRUSDAY, FRANCE ON SUNDAY

    Prime Minister Costas Simitis will chair a Cabinet meeting tomorrow which will focus on the 2000 budget, according to the government spokesman Dimitris Reppas.

    On Thursday, Mr. Simitis will leave for Bulgaria, where he is to attend a meeting with the Bulgarian and Romanian prime ministers, while on Sunday, November 8, he will travel to France where he will attend a summit meeting of the Socialist International.

    [05] BUDGET TO BE TABLED IN PARLIAMENT TOMORROW, NOVEMBER 3

    The next year's budget, which will be pivotal for the country's coveted accession to the Economic and Monetary Union, is to be tabled in Parliament tomorrow, November 3, by the Minister of Finance and National Economy Yiannos Papantoniou.

    Mr. Papantoniou, who is confident that the state will meet its inflation curbing target, stated that Greece's bid for accession to the EMU will be submitted in May and is expected to be approved by the European Summit Council on June 19, in Lisbon.

    [06] PREMIER TO MEET WITH US AMBASSADOR NICHOLAS BURNS TODAY

    Prime Minister Costas Simitis will receive the U.S. Ambassador to Greece Nicholas Burns today, in order to hold talks at the latter's request.

    Messrs. Simitis and Burns will discuss matters pertaining to preparations for the November 13-15 visit to Greece by U.S. President Bill Clinton.

    Public order Minister Michalis Chrysochoides stated that despite the tight security measures to be drawn in light of the U.S. president's visits, public life will not be disrupted.

    [07] PROTESTS PLANNED AHEAD OF US PRESIDENT'S VISIT TO ATHENS

    A number of rallies are scheduled in Athens and Thessaloniki, beginning on November 13 and culminating on November 17 to commemorate the Polytechnic student uprising.

    Protest marches are organized by left-wing parties, pacifists, political youth groups and others, among them the Greek Committee for International Detente and Peace, the Actors Guild, the Greek Writers Society and the Union of National Resistance Fighters.

    A mock trial will be held at Athens's central constitution square on November 8, where Mr. Clinton and U.S. policy in the Balkans will be "tried" in a "people's court".

    A protest march to the American embassy will be held in Athens on November 17, while a rally towards the US consulate will be held in Thessaloniki.

    The Greek Communist Party has announced a "warm welcome" of the American president, while its secretary-general Aleka Papariga said that "Clinton is coming to formalize secret agreements he has already made with the Greek government concerning the consolidation of American domination of the Aegean and the perpetuation of challenges to Greek sovereignty."

    According to press reports, State Department officials are commenting that Greece is a democratic country, a supporter of the freedom of speech right.

    [08] MOLDOVAN PRESIDENT RECEIVED BY SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE TODAY

    Moldova's President Petru Lucinschi, presently on an official, two-day visit to Athens, is to be received by the president of the Hellenic Parliament Apostolos Kaklamanis today.

    President Lucinschi met with his Greek counterpart Costis Stephanopoulos yesterday, as well as with Prime Minister Costas Simitis.

    Greece and Moldova signed a protocol of cooperation between the two countries' foreign ministries as well as to cooperation agreements in the agricultural sector, involving economic, technical and technological cooperation in the foodstuffs and animal feed sectors.

    [09] TEN DEAD IN SUPER FAST FERRY FIRE, ALL KURDISH STOWAWAYS

    Twelve persons, all Kurdish stowaways, died of smoke inhalation in yesterday's fire that erupted aboard a Super Fast Ferry-3 during the Patras-Italy route.

    The bodies of the victims, ten men and two women, were discovered in the ferry's parking levels, near a truck carrying paper pulp. Crew members managed to contain and put out the fire, while the ship's passengers were transported on a rescue ship.

    The death toll could increase as port authorities have not completed their search efforts.

    Only four of the 307 registered passengers, and 106-member crew, all Greek, were slightly injured.

    The ferry was 15 miles off Patras when the fire started in the parking level of the 11,246- ton Superfast lll ferry, owned by Superfast Ferries SA.

    [10] ASE GENERAL PRICE INDEX RISES BY .89 PER CENT

    The General Price Index at the Athens Stock Exchange marked an increase of .89 percent this afternoon, reaching 5,680.18 points.

    At the same time, the volume of trading reached 169 billion drachmas.

    The largest gains were recorded in the parallel market, while losses were reported in the leasing and securities indices.

    [11] HOBACH: GREECE SHOULD BECOME AN EXAMPLE FOR THE BALKAN COUNTRIES

    The two-day international conference for the reconstruction of south-eastern Europe continues in Thessaloniki with the speeches of Montenegro president Milo Juganovic, Bulgarian minister of trade and tourism Valendin Vasiliev and Albanian minister of finance Anastas Angeli.

    This afternoon, Greek minister of national economy and finance Yiannos Papantoniou will have talks with his Balkan counterparts, while later in the formal dinner he will present Greece's plan for the reconstruction of the Balkans.

    Speaking this morning stability pact special coordinator Bodo Hobach stressed that Greece's development in the past 25 years must set an example for the countries in the region in their course toward a developed economy. He also announced that the next summit of the Stability Pact Regional Council will be held in Thessaloniki in March 2000.

    Mr. Hobach noted the three dimensions of the stability pact, the political dimension with the change in attitude, the protection of minorities and the return of refugees and the economic dimension with the constant development and the necessary security.

    On the issue of Montenegro, he said that the stability pact wants to contribute to the prevention of crisis and announced that he has proposed to the EU Commissioners that a part of the funds for Kossovo should be given to Montenegro. On Yugoslavia, he said that with Milosevic in power nothing can be done. He said that he has contacts with the Yugoslav opposition and did not rule out the likelihood to go to Yugoslavia in Christmas if he is invited by the Yugoslav Church.

    He stated that for the moment, at least 400 programs of cooperation for investments in Kossovo have been submitted to the stability pact and only 30 of them have been found to be viable by the European Bank of Investments, according to its Greek vice-chairman Panagiotis Gennimatas.

    [12] NANO: THE BOMBS HAD AS A TARGET THE MILOSEVIC REGIME

    The fact that former Yugoslavia did not participate in the conference for the reconstruction of south-eastern Europe which is being held in Thessaloniki is a logical outcome stemming from the stance adopted by Milosevic who chose not to open former Yugoslavia to democracy and Europe, stated Albanian Socialist party president Fatos Nano.

    He expressed the belief that the bombs targeted the Milosevic regime and not the Serb people and added that Yugoslavia is in a transitional period, wishing that it will lead to the establishment of a new democratic regime.

    Mr. Nano, referring to the scenarios concerning a change in the borders of south- eastern Europe, stated that a Schengen model must be adopted by the Balkan countries instead of creating new borders.

    Commenting on the stance that will be adopted by opposition Democratic party leader Sali Berisha toward the new Albanian government, Mr. Nano stated that Mr. Berisha has no other choice than to reform his image and contribute to the consolidation of stability and democracy.

    On the way in which Albania sees Greece and Turkey, he said that his country regards both countries as equal partners as both are members of the north-Atlantic accord.

    Referring to Thessaloniki, Mr. Nano stated that it is a city of special significance for Greece and the Balkans, stressing that it is a symbol for the reconstruction of south-eastern Europe.

    [13] SIMITIS - BURNS MEETING

    US ambassador to Athens Nicholas Burns met with prime minister Kostas Simitis. The meeting took place at the request of Mr. Burns and within the framework of the preparations for the visit of US president Bill Clinton to Greece.

    The two men discussed the details of Mr. Clinton's schedule in Athens and Mr. Simitis presented again to the US ambassador Greece's firm positions on the issues of national importance. They also discussed the Greek-US relations and the overall situation in the Balkans.

    [14] MARGINAL RISE IN THE ATHENS STOCK EXCHANGE

    Small gains were recorded in today's session in the Athens Stock Exchange as the general index followed a nervous course throughout the biggest part of the transactions. It closed with a 0,34% rise at 5.649,6, while the volume of transactions was 277.2 billion drachmas.

    In the secondary indexes the banks showed a small rise of 0.14%, leasing down by 1.30%, securities down 0.71%, investments up 1.20%, industrial up 1.08%, constructions down 1.51%, holdings up 0.05%, others down by 0.35% and the parallel market up by 0.99%.

    [15] SARIK TARA: WE NEED GREECE BECAUSE IT IS A EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER

    The Turkish businessmen are ready for cooperation with their Greek colleagues if they become more active, stated to MPA Turkish-Greek Business Council president Sarik Tara on the sidelines of the conference for the reconstruction of south-eastern Europe. The Turkish business tycoon also stated that Turkey needs Greece because it is a member of the European Union.

    He underlined that 8 committees have been formed since the reestablishment of the Turkish- Greek Business Council which are active in the banking, insurance, brokerage, constructions, industries, trade and tourism sectors as well as, in joint investments in third countries. The concrete results from these committees will be evident in the second half of March 2000.

    Mr. Tara stated that the ENKA business group he heads would be glad to invest in Greece, adding that it would be possible to have joint industries, and investments in third countries and be jointly active in the services sector.

    Referring to the issue of the rapprochement of the Greek and Turkish peoples after the recent earthquakes, he said that the politicians should respect the will of the people for friendship and good neighborly relations.

    On the reconstruction of the Balkans and Kossovo in particular, he said that the sums offered by the European Union for this purpose are very small, stressing that the problem of the region can be solved only through investments and the creation of more job positions.

    [16] RANTEV PROPOSED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL RECONSTRUCTION FUND

    Bulgarian minister of finance Muravei Rantev suggested to stability pact special coordinator Bodo Hobach the creation of a regional fund that will help Bulgaria, FYROM and Albania to stand on their feet after the crisis in Kossovo

    Mr. Rantev suggested that the Regional Fund for Reconstruction and Investment, RFRI, should be placed within the framework of the stability pact and be in full operation by the end of February 2000 at the latest. He said that based on the existing needs the RFRI should have been already in operation and proposed an informal meeting of the G-24 countries and international organizations representatives to be held by the end of November to adopt the draft plan of the Regional Fund's founding charter. Also, he proposed a inter-governmental conference to be held by mid December like the one that was held in Sarajevo last summer to decide on the administration and the structure of the Regional Fund.

    The RFRI will undertake to mobilize national and international resources in order to fund the reconstruction projects in south- eastern Europe. Immediate action will be undertaken in the transportation and inter- border road and railway networks sectors, in the modernization of the Balkan energy infrastructures and in their link with the respective European ones. At the same time, a collective mechanism will be founded that will undertake to promote and guarantee the investments in the region.

    Mr. Rantev also issued an invitation to the Greek businessmen to participate in the projects of European significance that will be constructed in Bulgaria within the framework of the Balkan reconstruction.

    [17] THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION OFFERS 55 MILLION EURO FOR KOSSOVO

    The European Commission has already decided to offer to Kossovo the sum of 55 million EURO, according to head of the European Commission working group in Pristina Mark Franko, who made the announcement speaking in the conference for the reconstruction of the Balkans.

    Mr. Franko stated that contracts have been signed for 70-80% of this sum, while an additional 80 million EURO will be offered by the European Commission by mid November. He also announced that the European Commission expects the approval of the sum of 500 million EURO by the European Council during next year. Mr. Fanko pointed out that the Balkan Reconstruction Committee seat of operations must be in Pristina and its administration center should be based in Thessaloniki.

    [18] REPPAS: THE ECEVIT STATEMENTS ARE UNFAIR

    The statements made by Turkish prime minister Bulent Ecevit do not contribute to the improvement of the Greek-Turkish relations, are unfair and do not reflect reality, stated Greek government spokesman Dimitris Reppas when asked to comment on the statements made by the Turkish prime minister.

    Specifically, Mr. Reppas said that the statements made by Mr. Ecevit on Cyprus are not the ones causing surprise but the statement according to which, Greece has lost the right to be a guarantor power in Cyprus because the coup came from Greece. Mr. Reppas stated that Greece is a guarantor power that meets its commitments and obligations.

    The Greek government spokesman stated that Turkey is the one that does not meet its obligations as does not respect the UN resolutions, adding that the talks will continue and Greece will present its positions because it is impossible to follow the path of isolation.

    [19] JUGANOVIC LAUNCHED A STRONG ATTACK ON MILOSEVIC FROM THESSALONIKI

    Montenegro president Milo Juganovic launched a strong attack against Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic, speaking in the conference for the reconstruction of the Balkans that is being held in Thessaloniki. Mr. Juganovic also presented his view regarding the developments in the Balkans in an effort to explain why Montenegro chose the DM as parallel currency.

    Mr. Juganovic accused Milosevic of despotism and spoke of a dictatorial regime in Belgrade which insists in its self-satisfaction and an alleged patriotism in an effort to control the people.

    He also accused the Serb government of avoiding to respond to the proposal tabled by Montenegro for the restructure of the federation and added that a joint state of Serbia and Montenegro would be possible only on a democratic basis.

    The president of Montenegro attributed the decision of his government to reactivate the Central Bank of Montenegro to Podgorica's intention to protect the economic interests and the economic and democratic reforms programme which were being threatened by the fact that the Serb government lately has increased the number of dinars that are in circulation in the country by 40%.

    On Kossovo, Mr. Juganovic condemned the revengeful Albanian nationalism and extremism and called on the international community to do everything in its power to protect the innocent Serbs and the people of Montenegro as well as the rest of the non Albanian population who now pay for the crimes of their extremist fellow countrymen and governments. He also warned that the likelihood for the extremists to dominate in Kossovo will lead to new conflicts in the region and the Balkans will be engulfed in a war without borders.

    [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

    [20] GREEK FOREIGN MINISTER CONDUCTS OFFICIAL VISIT TO CANADA

    Foreign Minister George Papandreou is presently on a four-day, official visit to Canada, where he will meet with Canadian Premier Jean Chretien today, as well as with members of the parliamentary committee for foreign affairs and international trade and the Committee for Greek-Canadian friendship.

    Mr. Papandreou will brief the Canadian officials on the Cyprus issue and the latest developments in Greek-Turkish relations, while he will also exchange views on developments in the Balkans, particularly Kosovo and Bosnia, given that Canada has sent military contingents to the UN-led international peace-keeping forces in the region.

    The Foreign Minister will conclude the visit tomorrow, after meeting with with his Canadian counterpart Mr. Lloyd Axworthy with whom he will examine the opportunities for further collaboration on bilateral and international matters.

    In a relevant announcement issued by his office, Mr. Axworthy stated that "with the over 250,000 Canadians of Greek descent living in Canada, the ties binding the two countries grow stronger with the passage of time and from generation to generation."

    Mr. Papandreou will leave for Boston on November 4 to address an event organized by Harvard.

    He will leave for Paris from Boston to meet his French counterpart Hubert Vedrine and French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin.

    Mr. Papandreou will leave for The Hague on November 9 to meet with his Dutch counterpart Van Archen. He will then return to Athens to be present during the visit by US President Bill Clinton.

    On Nov. 15, Mr. Papandreou will participate in the European Union's Council of General Affairs and then leave for Moscow to meet his Russian counterpart Igor Ivanov, as well as Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

    On November 18-19, Mr. Papandreou will accompany Prime Minister Costas Simitis at the OSCE's summit in Istanbul.

    [21] VARTHOLOMEOS VISITS TIRANA TODAY, TO MEET WITH PRESIDENT, PM

    Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomeos is to conduct an official visit to the Autocephalus Church of Albania on November 2-9, where he will meet with the Archbishop of Tirana and all of Albania Anastasios with whom he will discuss issues of mutual interest and matters concerning all the Orthodox Church.

    While in Tirana, Mr. Vartholomeos will also meet with the President of Albania Reijep Meidani, Premier Pandeli Majko and the Speaker of the House, as well as leaders of Christian denominations and other official religions of Albania.

    [22] GREECE TO TAKE PART IN BULGARIAN TELECOMS FORUM

    More than 20 Greek telecommunications companies will participate in a Greek-Bulgarian telecommunications forum to be held in Sadanski, Bulgaria, on November 3-5.

    `The forum is organized by the American Commerce, Industry and Science Council for Greece and the Balkans, based in Thessaloniki and aims to promote regional cooperation and joint ventures by Greek and Bulgarian companies.

    The forum's main attraction is an evolving alliance between Hellenic Telecommunications Organization with Bulgaria's state telecoms company.

    Telecommunications companies from the two countries will have the opportunity to discuss further cooperation.

    [23] FYROM: PETKOVSKI, TRAJKOVSKI TO COMPETE IN RUN OFFS

    The opposition party of Social-Democratic Alliance and the governing VMRO-DPMNE are to race in November 14's presidential election run offs, as neither party's candidate managed to amass a clear majority in Sunday's vote.

    Tito Petkovski, 45, of the Social- Democratic Alliance (SDSM), is to run against Boris Trajkovski, the candidate of the VMRO- DPMNE party.

    According to political analysts, it will be a tough race as in case the allies of VMRO, i.e. the Albanian Democratic Party and the Democratic Alternative, decide to support Trajkovski's candidacy, his election to the presidential post is not impossible.

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