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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-03-25

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

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  • [01] 'Painful' decision on Cyprus, but 'halts course to chaos'
  • [02] 'Painful' decision on Cyprus, but halts course to chaos

  • [01] 'Painful' decision on Cyprus, but 'halts course to chaos'

    AMNA/ The Eurogroup decision on Cyprus reached in the first hours of Sunday is "painful", but it "halts the course to the chaos that would have resulted from an irregular default and exit from the Eurozone", Greece's government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou said later Monday, stressing that "Hellenism in its entirety supports Cyprus and will not allow anyone to take advantage of its temporary weakness".

    The most important thing now, he continued, "is how we will help Cyprus stand on its feet again", and warned that "now is not the time for divisive slogans, or irresponsible cries...Now we look forward".

    "Cyprus has worked miracles many times, and will do so again. It has the ability to take advantage of its unique position and its wealth-producing resources to return soon to prosperity and growth," the Greek government spokesman added.

    [02] 'Painful' decision on Cyprus, but halts course to chaos

    AMNA/ The Eurogroup decision on Cyprus reached in the first hours of Sunday is "painful", but it "halts the course to the chaos that would have resulted from an irregular default and exit from the Eurozone", Greece's government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou said later Monday, stressing that "Hellenism in its entirety supports Cyprus and will not allow anyone to take advantage of its temporary weakness".

    The most important thing now, he continued, "is how we will help Cyprus stand on its feet again", and warned that "now is not the time for divisive slogans, or irresponsible cries...Now we look forward".

    "Cyprus has worked miracles many times, and will do so again. It has the ability to take advantage of its unique position and its wealth-producing resources to return soon to prosperity and growth," the Greek government spokesman added.


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