Hungarian PM Gyurcsany visits Ankara
In Ankara, visiting Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany yesterday met with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Afterwards, asked by reporters about a possible agreement with the International Monetary Fund, Erdogan denied claims that Turkey had asked for $26 million in credits but would get only $19 million. "Right now we're negotiating with the IMF," he added. "We haven't agreed on the principles yet. The amount of credits is the simplest side of the issue."