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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 02-08-22

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] NATIONAL EDUCATION MINISTER TEKIN IN MACEDONIA
  • [02] FOREIGN POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS, DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AND
  • [03] POLICE TAKE UNDER CUSTODY 24 PEOPLE IN ISTANBUL WHO PROTESTED DETENTION
  • [04] TURKISH SINGER AKSU TO SING ''PEACE SONGS'' IN ASPENDOS
  • [05] DERVIS THINKS THEIR COMMON EFFORTS WILL TAKE TURKEY TO BETTER DAYS
  • [06] CEM:''I THINK TURKISH VOTERS ARE STILL UNDECISIVE ABOUT WHICH PARTY
  • [07] CEM:''I THINK TURKISH VOTERS ARE STILL UNDECISIVE ABOUT WHICH PARTY
  • [08] STATE MINISTER KOCABATMAZ SAYS THEY HOPE RELATIONS WITH SYRIA WILL
  • [09] GERMAN PRIME MINISTER SCHROEDER HOSTS LUNCH FOR TURKISH BUSINESSMEN
  • [10] FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DECREASE TO USD 57.9 BILLION
  • [11] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES INCREASE BY USD 1.6 BILLION
  • [12] TURKEY REPAYS USD 421.38 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT BETWEEN AUGUST 1-21
  • [13] NSC CONVENES
  • [14] STATE MINISTER TURKER SAYS NO EXPENDITURE OR NO PAYMENT WILL BE MADE
  • [15] ABKHAZ MINISTERS VISIT ADAPAZARI
  • [16] CEM: ''WE HAVE SOME RESERVATIONS ABOUT POSSIBLE OPERATION AGAINST IRAQ''
  • [17] TURKEY IS THE MOST RAPIDLY GROWING COUNTRY IN RESPECT OF TOURISM
  • [18] SIX DEPUTIES RESIGN FROM DSP
  • [19] IRAQI TURKMEN FRONT REPRESENTATIVE KETENE: ''BARZANI'S ATTITUDE AGAINST
  • [20] SECKINER RESIGNS FROM ANAP
  • [21] PRESIDENT SEZER TO ATTEND WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  • [01] NATIONAL EDUCATION MINISTER TEKIN IN MACEDONIA

    SCOPJE - National Education Minister Necdet Tekin on Thursday visited Turkish schools and historical places in Scopje in the last day of his three-day visit to Macedonia.

    22.08.2002

    [02] FOREIGN POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS, DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AND PROBLEMS OF UNIVERSITIES TAKEN UP AT NSC MEETING

    ANKARA - Foreign political developments, defense industry development strategy and problems of universities were taken up at the National Security Council (NSC) meeting on Th

    22.08.2002

    [03] POLICE TAKE UNDER CUSTODY 24 PEOPLE IN ISTANBUL WHO PROTESTED DETENTION OF GROUP INCLUDING DHKP/C MEMBER EARLIER THIS WEEK

    ISTANBUL - Police detained Thursday 24 people who started a hunger strike to protest the detention of a group of people who were caught at a police raid at two magazine offices and one association in Istanbul's Fatih district beginning of the week. Sadi Ozpolat who was responsible for the military wing of the illegal organization DHKP/C's was among the group taken into custody during the raids.

    22.08.2002

    [04] TURKISH SINGER AKSU TO SING ''PEACE SONGS'' IN ASPENDOS

    ANTALYA - Famous pop music singer Sezen Aksu will be backed by Armenian, Greek and Jewish music bands in the concert she will give in Aspendos Ancient Theatre in southern Antalya province on September 1.

    22.08.2002

    [05] DERVIS THINKS THEIR COMMON EFFORTS WILL TAKE TURKEY TO BETTER DAYS

    ANKARA - Former State Minister Kemal Dervis, who has taken a decision to join Republican People's Party (CHP), said on Thursday that he thought that their common efforts would take Turkey to better days.

    22.08.2002

    [06] CEM:''I THINK TURKISH VOTERS ARE STILL UNDECISIVE ABOUT WHICH PARTY THEY'LL VOTE FOR''

    BERLIN - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem has said that German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder's actions have always been in favor of Turkey.

    22.08.2002

    [07] CEM:''I THINK TURKISH VOTERS ARE STILL UNDECISIVE ABOUT WHICH PARTY THEY'LL VOTE FOR''

    BERLIN - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem has said that German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder's actions have always been in favor of Turkey

    22.08.2002

    [08] STATE MINISTER KOCABATMAZ SAYS THEY HOPE RELATIONS WITH SYRIA WILL IMPROVE RAPIDLY

    SANLIURFA - State Minister Mehmet Kocabatmaz said on Thursday that they hoped that relations with Syria would improve rapidly

    22.08.2002

    [09] GERMAN PRIME MINISTER SCHROEDER HOSTS LUNCH FOR TURKISH BUSINESSMEN

    BERLIN - German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder hosted a lunch for 18 Turkish businessmen including nine members of the European Turkish Businessmen's and Industrialists' Association (ATIAD) at Berlin's Adlon Hotel on Thursday. Schroeder listened to the problems of Turkish businessmen and urged them to be patient, adding that many things recently started to be shaped in Germany.

    22.08.2002

    [10] FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DECREASE TO USD 57.9 BILLION

    ANKARA - The total foreign exchange deposit accounts at banks decreased 34 million U.S. dollars to 57 billion 907 million U.S. dollars as of August 9, 2002.

    22.08.2002

    [11] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES INCREASE BY USD 1.6 BILLION

    ANKARA - Foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank increased by one billion 789 U.S. dollars between August 9-16, 2002

    22.08.2002

    [12] TURKEY REPAYS USD 421.38 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT BETWEEN AUGUST 1-21

    ANKARA - Turkey repaid a total of 421.38 million U.S. dollars in external debt between August 1 and 21, 2002.

    22.08.2002

    [13] NSC CONVENES

    ANKARA - The National Security Council (NSC) convened under the chairmanship of President Ahmet Necdet Sezer on Thursday.

    22.08.2002

    [14] STATE MINISTER TURKER SAYS NO EXPENDITURE OR NO PAYMENT WILL BE MADE WITHOUT HAVING NECESSARY SOURCE

    ANKARA - State Minister Masum Turker for economy said on Thursday that no expenditure or no payment would be made without having necessary source.

    22.08.2002

    [15] ABKHAZ MINISTERS VISIT ADAPAZARI

    ADAPAZARI - Abkhaz Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Zantarya, Foreign Minister Sergei Sawba, State Minister Givi Dopua and high-level officials visited on Thursday the grave of Efkan Cagli, who died in Abkhazia-Georgia war ten years ago.

    22.08.2002

    [16] CEM: ''WE HAVE SOME RESERVATIONS ABOUT POSSIBLE OPERATION AGAINST IRAQ''

    BERLIN - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem said on Thursday, ''like German government, we have some reservations about a possible military operation against Iraq.''

    22.08.2002

    [17] TURKEY IS THE MOST RAPIDLY GROWING COUNTRY IN RESPECT OF TOURISM

    ANKARA - Turkey was ranked the first among the countries ''where tourism and travelling demand was expected to increase rapidly in the following decade'' and among the countries ''which were expected to increase their capital investment potential in the following ten years.''

    22.08.2002

    [18] SIX DEPUTIES RESIGN FROM DSP

    ANKARA - Six out of nine opponent deputies of the Democratic Left Party (DSP) resigned from on Thursday. Ali Arabaci, Uluc Gurkan, Emin Karaa, Sadik Kirbas, Ertugrul Kumcuoglu and Ahmet Arkan held a press conference, and announced their decision to resign from the DSP.

    22.08.2002

    [19] IRAQI TURKMEN FRONT REPRESENTATIVE KETENE: ''BARZANI'S ATTITUDE AGAINST TURKEY IS NOTHING BUT AN INGRATITUDE''

    WASHINGTON D.C. - Orhan Ketene, the representative of Iraqi Turkmen Front in Washington D.C., said on Thursday that Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) leader Massoud Barzani's attitude against Turkey was nothing but an ingratitude and misfortune.

    22.08.2002

    [20] SECKINER RESIGNS FROM ANAP

    ANKARA - Yucel Seckiner, a deputy of the Motherland Party (ANAP) from Ankara, resigned from the ANAP on Thursday. After resignation of Seckiner, number of ANAP deputies decreased to 74 while number of independent deputies increased to 16.

    22.08.2002

    [21] PRESIDENT SEZER TO ATTEND WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer will attend the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in South African capital Johannesburg between August 26 and September 4, 2002.

    22.08.2002


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