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Daily Bulletin - 18 May 2009                                                                         Bulletin Archive
DAILY BULLETIN

» EU MUST ACCELERATE WORK ON NABUCCO PROJECT REALIZATION: TURKISH PRIME MINISTER

The European Union must accelerate the solution of issues concerning the implementation of the Nabucco pipeline project, said the Turkish Prime Minister Rajab Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish channel CNN Turk reported.

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» TURKEY AND RUSSIA VOW TO COOPERATE ON ENERGY

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says Turkey and Russia have agreed to extend a contract on natural gas supplies. The current agreement is scheduled to end in 2012. A proposed new pipeline, Blue Stream 2 is expected to meet Turkey’s growing need for natural gas

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» ‘GÜL AND ERDOĞAN DIFFER ON ARMENIA’

Gül and Erdoğan differ on their opinions on the opening of the Turkey-Armenia border, says a US expert. The politicians defend their views, with Gül saying normalizations would continue ’without preconditions’ and PM asking Armenia to first end its occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh

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» EDWARD NALBANDIAN: REGIONAL SECURITY A PRIORITY FOR ARMENIA

The “Security and Cooperation in and around the Caucasus” International Conference continued in Yerevan today. Speaking at the conference, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, Edward Nalbandian expressed hope that the discussions held at the Conference would be useful in generating innovative ideas that would help evaluate and repel efficiently security risks and threats in the region.

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» GUDRAT HASANQULIYEV PARTY: STABILITY IN THE REGION DEPENDS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONS BETWEEN AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY

The next meeting of the Single Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan was held Monday, reported Day.Az with reference to the press service of the party.

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