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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-07-12

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] German Chancellor Merkel: Difficult night with tough negotiations
  • [02] European Commissioner Moscovici: We made progress
  • [03] Eurogroup chief: Some big issues remain open
  • [04] Italian PM Renzi: We are closer to an agreement

  • [01] German Chancellor Merkel: Difficult night with tough negotiations

    ANA/MPA---It will be a difficult night with tough negotiations, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday adding that the Greek economy has got worse in the last period and noted that she is not willing to say yes to whatever agreement at all costs.

    The advantages should be more than the disadvantages not only for Greece but for whole the eurozone, said Chancellor Merkel.

    [02] European Commissioner Moscovici: We made progress

    ANA/MPA---There was progress but some issues are still open, said European Commissioner Pierre Moscovici after the end of the Eurogroup meeting in Brussels. Greece must be reformed and must remain in the eurozone, he added. Now, it relies on the country leaders to decide, he said.

    [03] Eurogroup chief: Some big issues remain open

    ANA/MPA---There has been progress but some big issues remain still open. We will now inform the country leaders that will be called to complete the procedure, Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem said upon his arrival to the EU Summit.

    [04] Italian PM Renzi: We are closer to an agreement

    ANA/MPA---The condition continues to be extremely complicated, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said upon his arrival to the EU Summit. We are closer now to an agreement. It is necessary a solution to be found for Greece.
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