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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 17-05-27

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

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  • [01] SZ: Individual interests delay Greece's return to normality
  • [02] Government's aim is the more efficient use of the 4-year period, Gerovassili says

  • [01] SZ: Individual interests delay Greece's return to normality

    German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung revealed on Saturday an internal document of the Eurogroup which shows that although Greece was praised for its progress, the loan disbursement was delayed because of a disagreement among the lenders.

    "Greece must wait because they continue to disagree," according to the newspaper.

    "Individual interests delay the disbursement of the loan, causing market turmoil and preventing Greece from returning to normality", it added.

    While a timetable for the disbursement of the next loan was planned, then the interests of Germany collided with those of the IMF. "(German Finance Minister Wolfgang) Schaeuble insisted that "like any other German finance minister" he does not have the mandate of the parliament to agree on a specific debt relief.

    On his part, director of the IMF's European Department Poul Thomsen stressed the need for realistic, credible statements.

    [02] Government's aim is the more efficient use of the 4-year period, Gerovassili says

    The aim of the government is the more efficient use of the four-year period, "so that the bases that will be laid for our next term - when it will be easier to implement our political plan - are solid," Adiministrative Reconstruction Minister Olga Gerovassili said on Saturday in an interview with Eidiseis newspaper.

    Gerovassili noted that the society knows who is responsible for that crisis and does not see them as part of the solution but as part of the problem. What people are waiting from the current government is to deliver on its promises, to take the country out the supervision status, the social and economic crisis, she added.


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