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The expected date of departure of the market is July 1, 2013 based on the completion of the transfer dock Champagne-Mouton.
Often you won't need to find as much money for the deposit as you might expect - and you might not have to pay the rest until you are close to the date of departure.
Often you won't need to find as much money for the deposit as you might expect - and you might not have to pay the rest until close to the date of departure.
The final date of departure would be announced during coming few days, and PM , alongwith the delegation would be putting up at Hotel Roosevelt, where 65 rooms have been booked, and dozens of luxury vehicles have also been booked for the delegation.
The flotilla's date of departure will be May 31, the anniversary of last year's flotilla raid when Israeli naval forces boarded the Mavi Marmara and killed nine Turkish citizens.
KateÕs date of departure is still to be determined, but it will be too soon as far as IÕm concerned.
Neither group has announced their date of departure, citing security fears.
We are waiting for guidance from Chinese medical officials and certainly he will leave when he is authorised to do so," Ross said without offering any specific date of departure.