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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 17-01-28

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

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  • [01] Citizen Protection Minister Toskas: Mobilisations but with open borders
  • [02] There will be no additional measures, says Economy Minister Papadimitriou

  • [01] Citizen Protection Minister Toskas: Mobilisations but with open borders

    Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas urged farmers not to block the cross-border roads because there will be repercussions on an economy that is trying to stand on its feet, in an interview to Saturday newspaper Agora.

    "They should not close the crossing to Bulgaria or other countries because afterwards the country will have to pay huge compensations and the trade would be disturbed. The mobilisations are accepted by with the borders open" he said.

    Asked on the migration issue and terrorism, Toskas recognised that "part of Europe faced the terror threat by jihadists' actions but fortunately not Greece"

    [02] There will be no additional measures, says Economy Minister Papadimitriou

    "There will not be additional measures in 2019 and after" reassured Economy and Growth Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou in statements on Saturday.

    Papadimitriou who is visiting the island of Rhodes to attend an event organised by a SYRIZA committee said that the negotiations with the lenders are harsh but the government's red lines will not be infringed.

    He made a special reference to IMF's demands noting that the fact that from 2010 all Fund's reports and programmes were proved wrong.

    The minister expressed his optimism over the course of the Greek economy underlining that the country has already turned page and that the target remains the investments' increase and the creation of job relations.


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