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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-12-07

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

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  • [01] Prior actions to be voted in Parliament by Dec.18
  • [02] Frontex agents to arrive at Greek-FYROM border next week

  • [01] Prior actions to be voted in Parliament by Dec.18

    The prior actions needed to unlock a 1.0 billion euros sub-tranche of loans to Greece will be tabled and passed in Parliamenbt by Dec. 18, according to decisions taken in a meeting between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and government ministers on Monday.

    The meeting focused on coordinating the government's work and upcoming deadlines for the milestones in implementing Greece's programme.

    The government must also pass legislation on social insurance reforms within January, the meeting agreed, after organising an in-depth public dialogue on the issues. The aim is to agree on a comprehensive reform that is fair and also viable for the next generations while avoiding any further reduction to basic pensions.

    At the forefront on the meeting on Monday was the "intensive negotiation" that is expected to occur over the coming days between the government and the institutions.

    [02] Frontex agents to arrive at Greek-FYROM border next week

    BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA/ C. Vassilaki) -- Frontex officers will be deployed at Greece's border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) next week in order to assist in the registration and fingerprinting of refugees and various third country migrants arriving there, European Commission spokeswoman on migration issues Natasha Bertaud said on Monday.

    "On Friday we had confirmation of two things from Greece: one was the finalisation of the operational plan with Frontex to deploy agents at the land border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) - this as of next week," Bertaud said in response to an question posed by the ANA-MPA.

    She noted that it would be Frontex who decided and "tell us the exact number of people to be deployed."


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