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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-04-29

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

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  • [01] There must be red lines, Alternate Min for International Economic Relations Tsakalotos says

  • [01] There must be red lines, Alternate Min for International Economic Relations Tsakalotos says

    ANA/MPA---"I believe that there must be red lines, compromise areas, but the compromise areas must be a part of a political plan," Alternate Minister for International Economic Relations Euclid Tsakalotos on Wednesday told Kokkino radio station, referring to the negotiation.

    "If you have a political plan that gives solutions, then you can accept some compromises," he noted adding that "if one compromise leads to another one, then you have no reason to make it."

    "We have no reason to reach a bridge agreement that will make us rather weak in the main negotiation," he underlined.

    Tsakalotos estimated that Greece's creditors do not want to bring the government down or see Greece out of the eurozone.

    Regarding the attack on Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, he said that "the attack against Varoufakis is an attack against the government." He pointed out that they consider Varoufakis annoying because he knows their arguments better than they do.

    "The previous government had representatives that agreed on everything. I do not think that this was a good negotiating method. Yanis and the negotiation group's method has already brought results," he noted.

    Tsakalotos stressed that the delay is a result of the creditors' insistence on the memorandum and not of a lack of government plan.


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