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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-09-21

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

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  • [01] 'Greece's future will be shaped in the following quarter,' head of EC Representation in Greece says

  • [01] 'Greece's future will be shaped in the following quarter,' head of EC Representation in Greece says

    The anticipated positive outcome of the 'last evaluation" by troika the coming month will be the starting point of the debate on the debt settlement, which "could be completed before the end of the year," Panos Karvounis, head of the European Commission representation in Greece, told ANA-MPA in an interview.

    This will be a development that will give the "credibility passport" for the full reintegration of Greece in the international environment, he added."In other words, the future of the country will be shaped in the following quarter," he said.

    "The troika, in its current form, will end in late 2014, since the memorandum will end too, as far as the EU is concerned," he noted and reiterated the European Commission newly elected President Jean-Claude Juncker's statement that "the way to deal with problems like Greece's, should be purely European, without the intervention of foreign agents. "

    Karvounis also described the new European Commission as "the most political one that has ever existed" and the migration portfolio assigned to Dimitris Avramopoulos as "the most important one assumed by a European Commissioner."

    More efforts should be made in the field of tax evasion and avoidance, a development that will lead to tax reliefs, he noted, while on the improvement of the state he said that this "requires evaluations and meritocracy, which some people do not even want to hear of. "

    Referring to the contribution of the Task Force to the modernization of the public sector, he noted that its proposals were not enough, but they "need to be implemented by the Greek side too."

    The full interview is available for subscribers at the ANA-MPA website.


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