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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-07-06

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] President Putin asks to talk with PM Tsipras
  • [02] EU Commission Vice President: 'No' result widens gap between Greece and the eurozone
  • [03] The debate on the debt is not a taboo, French FinMin Sapin says

  • [01] President Putin asks to talk with PM Tsipras

    ANA-MPA/ Russian President Vladimir Putin asked from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to talk on the phone immediately. The discussion will be held at a break of the political leaders' meeting that is currently underway

    [02] EU Commission Vice President: 'No' result widens gap between Greece and the eurozone

    Unfortunately, the 'no' result in the Greek referendum widens the gap between Greece and the eurozone member states, European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said at a press conference on Monday.

    "The European Commission takes note of the result of yesterday's referendum in Greece. We respect the democratic choice of the Greek people," he stated and accused the Greek government of its economic policies.

    "The stability of the euro area is not in question," he underlined and added that Greece's position is in Europe.

    [03] The debate on the debt is not a taboo, French FinMin Sapin says

    ANA/MPA---"A dialogue is already open", French Finance Minister Michel Sapin on Monday said in an interview with radio Europe1, adding that it now lies with the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to make proposals.

    "The debate on the debt is not a taboo," he noted adding that a proposal, which could provide a basis for dialogue, is already on the table.

    "The Greek debt in the coming months or the coming years will be too high for Greece to recover," the minister said and added: "There are various expressions, (...) we could restructure it, reduce it, extend it and this is the proposal that France has put on the table and we can discuss."

    Referring to the importance of 'No' vote in the referendum, Sapin stressed that "there is no automatic relationship."


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