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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 12-07-27

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

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  • [01] US Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon in Athens
  • [02] Coalition leaders to resume spending cut talks on Monday

  • [01] US Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon in Athens

    AMNA/ US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon was in Athens on Friday in the context of visits to Greece and Turkey through July 31, a State Department announcement issued on Wednesday night said.

    "Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip H. Gordon will travel to Greece and Turkey July 25-31. In Athens, Assistant Secretary Gordon will underscore U.S. support to senior government officials as they undertake important reforms to restore market confidence, fuel economic growth, and create a prosperous future for their people. He will also discuss a broad range of foreign policy issues with political party leaders and members of the business and think tank communities," the announcement said.

    The announcement continued that own July 29 Gordon will travel to Istanbul "where he will meet with senior Turkish Government officials to discuss the range of bilateral and global issues. Assistant Secretary Gordon will pay a visit to the Halki Seminary and also attend a public municipal iftar dinner in the Uskudar district".

    Gordon also visited Cyprus on July 12-13.

    [02] Coalition leaders to resume spending cut talks on Monday

    AMNA/ Government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou on Thursday described the meeting of the political party leaders backing the government as "constructive", stressing that they all wish to contribute to the efforts aimed at meeting the fiscal targets set and finding alternative and fairer solutions.

    The coalition leaders will meet again on Monday to agree on a new package of measures for the next two years amounting to 11.5 billion euros.

     


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