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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-06-15

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Negotiation group convenes at Maximos mansion
  • [02] Gov't spokesman: The efforts will continue; there is no impasse

  • [01] Negotiation group convenes at Maximos mansion

    ANA/MPA---Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday will have consecutive meetings with ministers and close associates. Currently, he is chairing a meeting of the political negotiation group at the Maximos Mansion.

    [02] Gov't spokesman: The efforts will continue; there is no impasse

    ANA/MPA---The Greek government does not want to speak of an impasse in the negotiations; the lenders' demands are harsh, the mandate given to the government by the people is clear and efforts will continue, government spokesman Gavriil Sakellaridis said on Monday.

    He said that the government's next steps will be decided at the political negotiation group meeting that is currently underway.

    A deal will be reached, he estimated, because "the opposite would not be in either side's interests."

    Moreover, Sakellaridis predicted that ECB's board will not take a decision that will hurt Greek banks in the midst of the negotiation and thanked the Greek people for staying calm despite the "cries for the opposite".

    He said that the possibility of a referendum or early elections is not on the table and noted that the government has fresh popular mandate for a four-year term in office.

    Finally, the spokesman announced that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will leave for St. Petersburg on July 8, in accordance with his schedule.


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