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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-12-14

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

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  • [01] Greek president pays official visit to Bulgaria
  • [02] PM Tsipras points to ongoing reforms in message to investors

  • [01] Greek president pays official visit to Bulgaria

    Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos is paying a two-day official visit to Bulgaria following an invitation by his Bulgarian counterpart Rosen Plevneliev.

    According to the official schedule, the first day of his visit Pavlopoulos will meet privately with Plevneliev and afterwards the delegations of the countries will hold talks. The two presidents will make statements to the press after the end of the meetings.

    Later, Pavlopoulos will meet with Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boiko Borisov and afterwards the Greek delegation will attend a lunch hosted in their honour by the president of the Bulgarian National Assembly Tsetska Tsacheva.

    [02] PM Tsipras points to ongoing reforms in message to investors

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed delegates of the 17th Annual Capital Link Forum in New York on Monday, via a televised message.

    "We held tough negotiations, asking for real reforms that promote growth and do not shrink our economy's potential. We achieved a compromise agreement that, for the first time, entails lower fiscal (primary budget surplus) targets, more European investment resources and a clear commitment for debt relief." He said these three factors are crucial steps "to restart the Greek economy and tackle the huge unemployment rate, which threatens social cohesion".

    The Greek premier referred to what he called a series of radical reforms aimed at creating a stable and investment-friendly environment, such as tax reform and combatting tax evasion.


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