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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-04-03

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

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  • [01] Europarliament VP Papadimoulis' letter to Schulz and Gualtieri on IMF and Greek review

  • [01] Europarliament VP Papadimoulis' letter to Schulz and Gualtieri on IMF and Greek review

    ANA/MPA---Europarliament Vice President and head of SYRIZA MEPs Dimitris Papadimoulis in agreement with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter to Europarliament president Martin Schulz and to all the europarliament political party leaders (except Marine Le Pen) as well as to the head of the Financial Assistance Working Group for Greece Roberto Gualtieri.

    In his letter, Papadimoulis stresses that Wikileaks' recent revelations regarding Greece's programme and IMF's intention to put pressure on Greece, on the state-members and the European institutions gives rise to serious concerns because they "put in jeopardy the economic and political stability in a period that Europe is facing huge challenges as the financial and the refugees crisis, issues of safety and the British referendum".

    He also underlines that it is "important the IMF to state clearly its position and to clarify to what point the revelations express the Fund's policy and intentions". He also asks the recipients' contribution for a rapid and successful completion of the Greek review noting that the "successful completion of the review will give new incentives and a breath to the Greek economy and will create new perspectives for the Greek society".


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