He told reporters at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, "Turkey-European Union Joint
Parliamentary Commission convened in Brussels on October 9.
Unite union joint
leader Tony Woodley has asked British Airways chief executive Willie Walsh to reinstate travel perks for cabin crew and the union will call off strikes which are set to begin at midnight.
Last month, four South African policemen working in the United Nations-African Union joint
force were kidnapped.
According to an official from the United Nations-African Union joint
force, UNAMID, the incident took place in South Darfur, a region that has seen a civil war rage since 2003.
Unite union joint
leaders Tony Woodley and Derek Simpson sent a letter to members and MPs complaining BA management had become "increasingly macho", and accusing chief executive Willie Walsh of "union busting" tactics.
A Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust and Welsh Rugby Union joint
grant initiative has resulted in pounds 282,000 of funding now being awarded to 20 South Wales rugby clubs through a Welsh Rugby Union Facility Grants Scheme.
But Unite the Union joint
general secretary Tony Woodley, who helped save the Knowsley plant in 1997, said there is still some way to go to ensure Halewood's long term future.
The European Union Joint
Research Center, the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory at the National Institute of Cancer are also collaborating with the IANH.
Another peacekeeper from the United Nations-African Union joint
force has been killed while on patrol in the Sudanese region of Darfur, UN officials have said.
Meanwhile, Rodolphe Adada, the U.N.-African Union joint
special representative for Darfur, also expressed deep concerns Sunday about the potential that the violence could spill over and destabilize the volatile area.
University and College Union joint
general secretary Paul Mackney expressed concern about uncertainty in the funding arrangements for the expansion of training.
Using the 1956 Japan-Soviet Union Joint
Declaration as his guide, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared that Moscow would return just two of the four contested islands to resolve this festering sore in bilateral ties.