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Macedonian Press Agency: News in English, 99-11-23

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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 23, 1999

SECTIONS

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

  • NEWS HEADLINES

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

  • [01] PM TO BRIEF PRESIDENT ON HIS TALKS WITH BILL CLINTON
  • [02] PRIME MINISTER SIMITIS OPTIMISTIC OVER COUNTRY'S COURSE
  • [03] GREEK FM MEETS WITH FRENCH MINISTER OF EUROPEAN AFFAIRS
  • [04] INTEREST RATES MAY DROP NEXT MONTH, IF INFLATION RATE IS LOW
  • [05] GERMANY TO PROVIDE GREECE WITH TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWHOW
  • [06] ECONOMY MINISTER: GREECE WON'T CHANGE ITS DRACHMA POLICY
  • [07] HELLENIC BANKING INSTITUTE TO PROMOTE QUALITY EDUCATION
  • [08] GREECE RANKS SECOND IN EUROPE'S DRUG- RELATED DEATHS
  • [09] GENOMICS, BIOINFORMATICS WORKSHOP HELD IN THESSALONIKI
  • [10] LIQUID, NATURAL GAS-OPERATED CARS IN GREECE NEXT YEAR
  • [11] THE GOVERNMENT'S ECONOMIC STAFF IS CONCERNED OVER THE NEW RISE IN THE LIQUID FUEL PRICES
  • [12] OIL PRICES REACHED THEIR HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE 1991
  • [13] EUROPEAN MEETING ON HEALTH IN PRISONS
  • [14] PACHTAS: INFLATION WILL NOT AFFECT THE COURSE OF GREECE TOWARD THE EMU
  • [15] 21.2% OF THE GREEK HOUSEHOLDS INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET
  • [16] PAPANDREOU: GREECE'S STANCE IN HELSINKI IS NOT GIVEN
  • [17] LOSSES OF 1.26% IN THE ATHENS STOCK EXCHANGE
  • [18] PAPANTONIOU: THE INTERNATIONAL FUEL PRICE HIKE IS AN UNPLEASANT DEVELOPMENT
  • [19] REPPAS: IT IS TIME FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE CYPRUS PROBLEM
  • [20] KAKLAMANIS: THE BRITISH STATE JAILS THE PARTHENON MARBLES
  • [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • [21] FYROM'S PRESIDENT-ELECT:GREECE IS OUR STRATEGIC PARTNER
  • [22] CLINTON TRAVELS TO KOSOVO TODAY TO MEET WITH KFOR, UN STAFF
  • [23] C OF E: MARRIAGE RATES DROP, DIVORCES ON THE RISE IN EUROPE
  • [24] IRAQ STOPS PUMPING CRUDE OIL FROM KIRKUK TO CEYHAN
  • [25] THE TURKISH ARMY ACCUSES THE US AND GERMANY OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
  • [26] CLINTON'S RECONCILIATION MESSAGE TO KOSOVO ETHNIC ALBANIANS AND SERBS - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  • NEWS IN DETAIL

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

    [01] PM TO BRIEF PRESIDENT ON HIS TALKS WITH BILL CLINTON

    Prime Minister Costas Simitis is to be received by the President of the Hellenic Republic Costis Stephanopoulos whom he will brief on his talks with US President Bill Clinton, during the latter's visit to Athens.

    The government is satisfied with the results of Mr. Clinton's visit, with spokesperson Dimitris Reppas having stated that it was a successful one.

    However, the leader of the main opposition party New Democracy's Costas Karamanlis stated that the US President was not specific on any of Greece's national matters and lamented that the country missed the opportunity to promote its positions.

    [02] PRIME MINISTER SIMITIS OPTIMISTIC OVER COUNTRY'S COURSE

    Following his talks with the President of the Hellenic Republic Costis Stephanopoulos this morning, Prime Minster Costas Simitis expressed his optimism over the country's course of stability and, while noting the various hurdles such as the soaring oil prices, he stressed that the government has a firm plan that warrants optimism.

    Concerning his talks with President Stephanopoulos, Mr. Simitis stated that they discussed the country's foreign relations and issues related to the course of Greece's economy.

    The President expressed the hope that the recent visit to Greece conducted by US President Bill Clinton will bear positive results.

    Mr. Simitis stated that there were clear messages, albeit he noted that good intentions are not sufficient as difficult problems lie ahead.

    [03] GREEK FM MEETS WITH FRENCH MINISTER OF EUROPEAN AFFAIRS

    Foreign Minister George Papandreou met with French Minister of European Affairs Pierre Moscovici in Athens yesterday with whom he discussed the Cyprus issue and Turkey's bid for candidacy to the European Union.

    "We welcome and support efforts by the United Nations and we all believe that there should be a resolution of the Cyprus political problem," Mr. Moscovici stated, adding that "the positions of all other countries are developing and so are ours", referring to statements in London and Berlin over the unhindered accession of Cyprus to the Union before a resolution of the division of the island caused by the Turkish invasion.

    "This is a new position on the part of France," he said, adding that "we are ready to reassure that none of the candidate states has the right of veto against any other candidate."

    Commenting on the talks, Mr. Papandreou said that "we focused our attention towards the Turkish candidacy. We discussed the framework within which Greece sees the Turkish candidacy in a positive light...We have come closer, but we need more time to work."

    [04] INTEREST RATES MAY DROP NEXT MONTH, IF INFLATION RATE IS LOW

    The governor of the Bank of Greece Lukas Papademos stated today that the drops in interest rates could begin as of next month, albeit stressing that the inflation rate will be taken into consideration.

    Mr. Papademos did point out that by March 2000, Greece will have met all of the convergence criteria, including inflation, while he underlined the need to contain salary increases.

    [05] GERMANY TO PROVIDE GREECE WITH TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWHOW

    Greek and German officials are to meet in Athens today, November 23, in order to discuss ways of improving the transfer of technological know-how from the north European country to Greece.

    Organizing the meeting are the National Documentation Center, the Greek Center for the Distribution of Innovation and the German Center for the Distribution of Innovation of Essen/Rhineland-Palatinate.

    The talks aim at boosting ties among Greek and German companies in order to effect the transfer of know-how.

    Attending the meeting will be company executives and representatives of universities and research centers from the two countries involved in the field.

    [06] ECONOMY MINISTER: GREECE WON'T CHANGE ITS DRACHMA POLICY

    National Economy and Finance Minister Yiannos Papantoniou stated yesterday that the government will not change its foreign exchange policy and the country's course towards participating in the Economic and Monetary Union has already been specified.

    Moreover, Mr. Papantoniou stressed that US President Bill Clinton's comments on the Greek economy were extremely positive.

    "The recognition by our international partners of the substantial progress achieved by the Greek economy is always welcome," he stated, adding that President Clinton's comments would have a significant long- term positive impact on the Greek economy's participation in the global economy.

    [07] HELLENIC BANKING INSTITUTE TO PROMOTE QUALITY EDUCATION

    The Hellenic Banks Association has founded the Hellenic Banking Institute, a body that aims to provide quality education in Greece and abroad.

    The Institute, which launched its operation yesterday, will undertake and promote educational initiatives and programs in the Balkans and in east European countries.

    Among its tasks are improving the quality of banking staff through vocational seminars; supplying information to merchants, professionals and manufacturers; and publishing up to date educational material.

    [08] GREECE RANKS SECOND IN EUROPE'S DRUG- RELATED DEATHS

    Greece's ranks second in drug-related deaths among European countries, faring lower only to Ireland, while it also posts the next highest use of synthetic drugs after the United Kingdom.

    According to an annual report issued by the Lisbon-based European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction, heroin is the culprit behind most "problem drug use" in Europe.

    There are as many as 1.5 million "problem drug users" in the EU out of a population of approximately 375 million, the report said, in a phenomenon that "appears to be largely stable in most EU countries." It further assesses that there are three to five million heroin users in the continent.

    [09] GENOMICS, BIOINFORMATICS WORKSHOP HELD IN THESSALONIKI

    The significance of genomics and bioinformatics in biotechnology and modern agriculture is being examined at a five-day advanced workshop, the first international of its kind, presently held in Thessaloniki.

    The Workshop, organized by Dr. Athanasios Tsaftaris (Artistotle University of Thessaloniki) and Dr. Alessio Vassarotti (European Commission's DG XII) will cover: - Genome mapping. The new genetics: from gene to genome analysis. - Evolution of sequencing techniques and sequencing the prokaryotic genomes. - Yeast and other eukaryotic genomes. - Bioinformatics and analysis of sequencing data. - Comparative gene and genome analysis in silico. - From gene structure to function, including proteomics.

    Dr. Tsaftaris talked on the concept of the new Genetics: from gene to genome analysis, while Dr. Vassarotti presented the EU projects in mapping and sequencing different genomes. Dr. Fotis Kafatos, Director of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory presented the international efforts on mapping and sequencing insect genomes. Dr. Philippos Aravanopoulos from the Department of Genetics and Tree Breeding (A.U.Th.) talked on genome and QTL mapping, and Dr. Athanasios Giamoustaris from the department of Genetics and Plant Breeding (A.U.Th.) demonstrated the use of the MAPMAKER software and its use in a case study.

    The Workshop, which will conclude on November 25, is taking place at the University's School of Agriculture.

    [10] LIQUID, NATURAL GAS-OPERATED CARS IN GREECE NEXT YEAR

    Public, as well as privately owned vehicles will be able to be operated with natural and liquid gas as of September 2000, according to a bill submitted in Parliament.

    The state will acquire 280 city buses that will be operated with natural gas, while the Ministry of Transportation will issue the resolutions regulating the vehicle specifications, as well as the terms and requirements of the gas stations.

    [11] THE GOVERNMENT'S ECONOMIC STAFF IS CONCERNED OVER THE NEW RISE IN THE LIQUID FUEL PRICES

    The rise in the liquid fuel prices recorded in the international markets is expected to affect the Greek market as well after Iraq's decision to stop its oil exports.

    Moreover, this development makes the concern of the economic staff of the Greek government greater over the way the price index will develop as in November it may continue its upward trend.

    According to information, the Hellenic Petroleum Ltd will announce new price hikes of liquid fuel. The gas price increase will be over 2.5 drachmas per liter, oil prices will be increased by 5 drachmas and heating oil by 4.5 drachmas. The oil and gas price increases in the last three weeks were over 17 drachmas and 8 drachmas per liter respectively.

    [12] OIL PRICES REACHED THEIR HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE 1991

    The price of oil reached its highest level in the international markets since 1991 after Baghdad's decision to close its refineries. Iraq stopped its oil exports in reaction to the UN Security Council decision to extend the oil for food program only for two weeks instead of the usual six months.

    This development is expected to affect the Greek market as well. In London yesterday the price for a barrel of oil was 25.90 US dollars.

    [13] EUROPEAN MEETING ON HEALTH IN PRISONS

    The annual meeting of the members of the World Health Organization program "Health in Prisons" organized by its European office will be held in Athens tomorrow and will last until Saturday, November 27.

    The meeting will be formally opened by minister of justice Evangelos Yiannopoulos and the main topic of discussion will be drug abuse in prisons and the promotion of health issues concerning the inmates who are drug addicts.

    The meeting will be attended by delegations from 14 countries (France, Switzerland, Greece, Britain, Ireland, Latvia, Malta, Holland, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Finland) and 4 international organizations (World Health Organizations, Council of Europe, International Red Cross, World Organization of Correctional Institutions Doctors).

    [14] PACHTAS: INFLATION WILL NOT AFFECT THE COURSE OF GREECE TOWARD THE EMU

    The certainty that the inflation criterion will be met by the end of February 2000 was expressed by undersecretary of national economy Christos Pachtas stressing that there is no obstacle in Greece's course toward the EMU.

    Greece will be the 12th member of the EMU, underlined Mr. Pachtas, meaning that the fuel price hikes will not put at risk the effort of Greece which is aimed at joining the EMU in time. Therefore, the government will submit its application for accession in March 2000 and its evaluation by the responsible agencies of the European Union will be completed by April or May.

    The "green light" for Greece's accession into the EMU is expected to be given on June 4 in the EU Summit meeting in Lisbon.

    [15] 21.2% OF THE GREEK HOUSEHOLDS INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET

    According to a research published by the Athens newspaper "TO VIMA", 21.2% of the Greek households invest their savings in the stock market and their percentage has been doubled compared to the beginning of the year.

    Specifically, 21.2% of the 1.608 people who participated in the research responded that themselves or a member of their family invest in the stock market which means that about 1.700.000 people invest their capital in stocks.

    The research also showed that investors come from all social classes but the upper classes are those dominating. Namely, one in three employers, 1 in 4 public employees as well as, 30.2% of private sector employees, 19.7% of farmers, 15% of housewives, 12.2% of the unemployed and 11.9% of pensioners.

    On their level of education, most of the investors have higher education, while only 10% have basic education.

    [16] PAPANDREOU: GREECE'S STANCE IN HELSINKI IS NOT GIVEN

    The stance of the Greek government in the EU Summit meeting in Helsinki concerning Turkey's EU candidature is not given, stated Greek foreign minister Giorgos Papandreou explaining that a tough negotiation is underway which has not been finished yet and the stance of Greece will be determined based on the final text, the positions and commitments of the European Union.

    Commenting on the Clinton visit to Greece, he said that it was successful and characterized the stance of the opposition parties as odd.

    [17] LOSSES OF 1.26% IN THE ATHENS STOCK EXCHANGE

    The Athens Stock Exchange general index had losses of 1.26% today and closed at 5.532,44, while the volume of transactions was 351 billion drachmas.

    The crisis that is being recorded in the Athens Stock Exchange in the past few days was intensified today by the liquidation of stocks made by institutional investors which were recorded in all sectors.

    [18] PAPANTONIOU: THE INTERNATIONAL FUEL PRICE HIKE IS AN UNPLEASANT DEVELOPMENT

    Greek minister of national economy and finance Yiannos Papantoniou characterized the international price hikes as an unpleasant development. However, he underlined that this development will not affect the course of Greece toward the EMU given the fact that there will also be an increase in fuel prices in all the European countries with which Greece is being compared.

    Mr. Papantoniou pointed out that the government is being concerned over the course of inflation and stressed that there should be increased vigilance in all sectors in order to secure the downward course of the price index, underlining that there is no question of fiscal measures.

    [19] REPPAS: IT IS TIME FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE CYPRUS PROBLEM

    Greek government spokesman Dimitiris Reppas stated that it is time for the solution of the Cyprus problem stressing that it is a disgrace to Europe.

    When called to comment on the statements made by UN secretary general Kofi Annan that the Cyprus problem is difficult and its solution is still far away as well as on Turkish Cypriot Rauf Denktash's statements who said that he will go to New York just to meet with Mr. Annan he stressed that Greece's position on the solution of the Cyprus problem is that it can be reached within the framework of the United Nations.

    He said that the UN secretary general must guarantee a solution that will be in harmony with the UN decisions, while responding to Mr. Denktash he said that he repeats himself and added that the Turkish Cypriot leader is the extreme negative factor in the efforts aimed at finding a solution to the Cyprus problem.

    Mr. Reppas called on Mr. Denktash to think with a greater sense of responsibility and appealed to anyone who can influence him to do it now.

    On Greece's stance in the EU summit meeting in Helsinki, Mr. Reppas stated that Greece will say a "yes" or a "no" depending on the stance of the others and Turkey both on the EU enlargement (Cyprus) and on Turkey's European orientation.

    [20] KAKLAMANIS: THE BRITISH STATE JAILS THE PARTHENON MARBLES

    Greek parliament speaker Apostolos Kaklamanis, speaking in an event under the title the Greek Youth on the Parthenon Marbles held in Athens, launched a strong attack on the British state which refuses to return the Parthenon Marbles to their place of origin namely, the Acropolis in Athens.

    Mr. Kaklamanis stated characteristically that unfortunately it appears that the British state has not overcome the times of colonialism and cultural imperialism. The immediate response of the British culture ministry to US president Clinton's statement who said that he will speak about the Parthenon Marbles to prime minister Blair, is at least surprising, said Mr. Kaklamanis.

    The Greek parliament speaker accused the British state of jailing the Elgin Marbles in the British Museum and stressed that the arguments used by the British side are unfounded both historically and legally. At the same time, he pointed out that the majority of the European Parliament members are in favor of the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece, while even the British public opinion sees positively Greece's demand for their return.

    Within the framework of the event, the National Youth Council honored three Europeans who are fighting for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece. They are former Euro-deputy Alf Lomas, who undertook the initiative for the Euro-parliament's resolution on the Elgin marbles, former chairwoman of the British Committee for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles Helen Cubitt and journalist William Stewart, who was responsible for the television station Channel 4 show aired to win the British public opinion's support for the return of the Parthenon Marbles.

    [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

    [21] FYROM'S PRESIDENT-ELECT:GREECE IS OUR STRATEGIC PARTNER

    FYROM's President-elect Boris Traijkovski views Greece as his country's strategic partner, both for its future and relations with the European Union, as well as for the overall pace and security in the region.,

    In an interview with the Athens daily "Ta Nea", Mr. Traijkovski added that there is not need to search 2,000 kilometers away for cooperation, when such a country, as Greece, and a friendly one at that, is merely 150 kilometers away from FYROM's capital.

    Concerning the name issue pending between the two neighbors, Mr. Traijkovski stated that a solution will be discovered. Recalling that he spent his honeymoon in Greece, he stated that "this ‘honeymoon' in our relations will continue."

    Moreover, he stressed that creating the necessary foundations for the attraction of foreign ventures is one of his utmost priorities, while, referring to Kosovo and the prospect of its independence, he stated that "the issue of Kosovo's recognition, or not, is not important. What is important to us is the international community's decision, as conveyed by resolution 1242, and which was accepted by both sides, both Belgrade and Kosovo. What is more important to us is to rebuild the political life, return all the refugees, the Serbs and the Gypsies, as well as the remaining Albanians who have been left outside Kosovo. I believe that the international community knows what that means, (Kosovo's independence) and, definitely, the thought that the creation of a new country is the region will create new problems is not welcomed. There is no need to change the borders in the Balkan region."

    [22] CLINTON TRAVELS TO KOSOVO TODAY TO MEET WITH KFOR, UN STAFF

    United States president Bill Clinton is to travel to Kosovo today where he will meet with the KFOR peacekeeping mission's chief Claus Reinhart and the leader of the United Nations mission in the region Bernard Kuchner. Mr. Clinton will also visit with the US troops stationed in Urosevac with whom e will celebrate Thanksgiving Day, this Thursday, November 25.

    The US President will also hold talks with Hasim Thaci, the leader of the so-called Kosovo administration, and the province's Serb leader Momcilo Trajkovic.

    [23] C OF E: MARRIAGE RATES DROP, DIVORCES ON THE RISE IN EUROPE

    Marriage rates have dropped to an unprecedented level in various European countries, according to the Council of Europe's annual demographic report.

    The report, titled "Recent demographic developments in Europe" shows that the number of marriages is continuing to fall (except in France, Germany, Iceland and Portugal) while, at the same time, the number of divorces is rising, with the annual number of divorces in Northern Europe being almost half the annual number of marriages.

    The proportion of extra-marital births is also increasing throughout Europe, especially in the North, 2/3 in Iceland, 50% in Denmark, 40% in France compared with only 1 birth in 11 in Italy and Switzerland and 1 birth in 30 in Greece.

    Fertility rates are now below the replacement threshold (2.1 children per woman) in all the countries of the continent, except Albania (2.7 in 1996) and Turkey (2.38 in 1998). Amongst the lowest fertility rates are Latvia (1.09), Spain (1.14), Italy (1.19) and the Russian Federation (1.24). There was, however, a slight increase in fertility in France and the Netherlands in 1998.

    According to the report, infant mortality is decreasing in all European countries. The maximum number of deaths of infants under a year old is 38 for every thousand live births (Turkey), while the minimum is 2.6 in Iceland.

    Life expectancy at birth is now much lower in central and east European countries than in the rest of Europe. Life expectancy for men is 65 years in 5 countries and exceeds 70 years in only 3 countries (the Czech Republic, Slovenia and FYROM. For women it ranges from under 75 years to a maximum of 78 years.

    On the other hand, in Northern, Western and Southern Europe, life expectancy is still increasing. For example, since 1980 life expectancy at birth has increased by 4.4 years for men and by 3.9 years for women in France, by 3.5 and 2.6 in the United Kingdom and by 3.9 and 3.0 in Sweden.

    Life expectancy for women exceeds 80 years in 16 countries. On average, men live five to eight years less than women.

    [24] IRAQ STOPS PUMPING CRUDE OIL FROM KIRKUK TO CEYHAN

    Turkey confirmed today that Iraq had stopped pumping crude oil through a pipeline stretching from the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk to the southern Turkish port of Ceyhan, as the French news agency AFP reported.

    "The pumping of oil was stopped at 2:50 a.m. (2450 GMT) on November 22 by Iraq on the grounds that there were not sufficient stocks in Kirkuk," a statement by the state-run oil company, BOTAS, said.

    "There is still 172,000 tons of loadable Iraqi oil in our holding tanks," it added.

    The United Nations announced yesterday that Iraq had halted exporting oil through Ceyhan in rejection of a two-week extension of its oil-for- food program instead of the customary 180 days.

    [25] THE TURKISH ARMY ACCUSES THE US AND GERMANY OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

    The Turkish armed forces in a leaflet they have issued accuse the United States and Germany of human rights violations.

    According to the newspaper "Radikal", the leaflet is a response to the West's accusations against Turkey for human rights violations, while at the same time, the United States are being accused of double standards.

    Specifically, it is mentioned that the United States have repeatedly sold weapons to countries with a bad human rights record. Also, it is being reminded that the United States had imposed an arms embargo on Turkey immediately after its invasion of Cyprus which is being compared to the US interventions in Granada and Haiti. At the same time, the bombing of Libya by the United States as well as Sudan's are being compared to Turkey's fight against terrorism in the south-eastern regions of the country.

    The case of blind lawyer Esber Yagmurdeli, who is being held in jail because he expressed his views on the Kurdish issue, is also mentioned and it is stressed that it is the same case with that of a blind imam who had been arrested in the United States as the instigator of the bomb attack in New York's World Trade Center.

    Accusations are being launched against Germany as well because of its stance on the Kurdish issue and especially on the Ocalan case. Germany is openly accused of encouraging terrorism.

    [26] CLINTON'S RECONCILIATION MESSAGE TO KOSOVO ETHNIC ALBANIANS AND SERBS

    US president Bill Clinton is in Kosovo accompanied by his daughter Chelsea, secretary of state Madeleine Albright and national security adviser Sandy Berger. The US president was welcomed at the airport of Pristina by head of the UN mission in Kosovo Bernard Kushner and KFOR commander Klaus Reinhart.

    The US president speaking in the town of Urosevac called on the ethnic Albanians and the Serbs to forget the hatred between them and face the future together. Mr. Clinton had contacts with members of Kosovo's provisional council, while the Albanian press hailed the US president as a liberator.

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