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Nairobi Oct. 7 (Xinhua) -- Only seven countries
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, including Kenya, have bid to host the 2017 Africa Nations Cup finals.


Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Tuesday confirmed that Kenya was among the seven countries that put in their bid for the premier Africa football competition.


"By the deadline of Sept. 30, CAF had received applications from seven member associations for the hosting rights of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. The seven in alphabetical order are: Algeria, Egypt
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, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Sudan and Zimbabwe
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," said CAF in a statement on Tuesday.


CAF had given the hosting rights to Libya, but the North African country withdrew as hosts of the 2017 African Nations Cup finals because of ongoing fighting in the country, which has led to delays in plans to build new stadiums for the 16-team tournament.


The North African country had planned to build 11 stadiums at a cost of 314 million U.S. dollars including a showpiece new 60,000-seater Austrian-built stadium on the site of a former military camp in Tripoli.


Kenya is planning to utilize about 200 million dollars on hosting the tournament
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, and will only need to upgrade three of its five venues - in Kisumu, Mombasa and Eldoret.


Nairobi's two venues - Nyayo and Kasarani stadiums are sanctioned by CAF for international matches. CAF then invited new bidders for the tournament.


CAF says announcement for the countries wishing to host the tournament will be made next year.


"Nominations were opened on Aug. 23, following the withdrawal of Libya through a circular signed by the CAF Secretary General, Hicham El Amrani. The host country will be decided by the CAF Executive Committee during one of its sessions in 2015
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," CAF said in the statement.


The circular emphasized that due to the limited time frame for the organization of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, the CAF Executive Committee will focus on the host with acceptable infrastructure and facilities required, which include Stadia, training grounds
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, accommodation and communications in making a decision.


Kenya had wanted to make a joint bid with either Tanzania or Rwanda, but opted to go alone.


Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chairman Sam Nyamweya said he believes Kenya has a high chance to win the bid, because they are the only bidders from the East Africa region, which has not staged the event before.


"FKF will liaise with the ministries of sports
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, tourism, foreign affairs to move with speed and work together to have a strong bid that will be successful," Nyamweya said.


"I am convinced that we shall secure the necessary government guarantees, with a firm commitment to having a successful tournament that will serve the rest of Africa the best of our hospitality."


Gordon Oluoch
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, the Sports Commissioner, confirmed the Government will fully support the bid.


"I can confirm that we have full government support and we are willing to work with FKF in this venture," said Oluoch, Tuesday in Nairobi.


Kenya had bid to host the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) after being time barred in their quest to win the 2019 Africa Nations Cup finals.




ISTANBUL, April 14 (Xinhua) -- As the cost of losing Russia as a close partner is growing ever higher, Turkey appears to be looking for ways to mend ties with its northern neighbor which have been deeply scarred after Turkey downed a Russian jet back in November, 2015.


Analysts, however, do not see any detente in a short while. In recent months, Turkish officials have been particularly careful in their choice of words toward Russia, in an apparent bid to keep chances alive for a possible reconciliation.


Then came a report last weekend in a Turkish daily, Aydinlik, which claimed that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov would soon pay a visit to Turkey.


The report also maintained that representatives who are close to top political figures in the two countries had recently come together in an unofficial meeting.


As if to confirm the contacts between the two sides, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the story about Lavrov's visit was published that Russia had lately started to act in a more reasonable way rather than emotionally.


Underlining that Turkey reluctantly shot down the Russian jet as it was violating Turkish airspace, Cavusoglu said in an interview with the A Haber news channel, "This (Russia's sensible attitude) is a good sign ... We will normalize relations should Russia takes steps in the days ahead."


Russia, however, made it clear on Tuesday that it does not share the optimism of the Turkish foreign minister about the prospect of normalized ties.


The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a somewhat-sarcastically-worded statement that it was unaware of any steps taken by Turkey to better relations.


Claiming Cavusoglu's remarks were just part of "the Turkey-launched campaign of distorting the real state of affairs in bilateral relations," the statement said that "For the time being, there are no prerequisites for discussing their potential normalization."


A Russian Su-24 bomber was downed on Nov. 24 last year by a Turkish F-16 fighter on the Syrian side of the border with Turkey. Russia denied the jet, which was bombing rebels near the border in Syria, had violated Turkey's airspace.


Describing the incident as the biggest crisis in history between the two countries, Russia imposed a comprehensive set of sanctions against Turkey.


Analysts are not optimistic about the prospect of normalization in ties in the short run, but underline it is in the best interests of both countries to shake hands.


"No development has taken place since Nov. 24 that would make one optimistic," said Habibe Ozdal, a Russia analyst from the Ankara-based International Strategic Research Organization (USAK).


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