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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-07-20

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

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  • [01] EU Commission Vice President warns Greece to meet its commitments
  • [02] PASOK leader Gennimata to gov't: We will support you in the country's best interests

  • [01] EU Commission Vice President warns Greece to meet its commitments

    European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis warned Greece not to delay the reforms it has pledged to implement otherwise no funds will be disbursed.

    "During the last months, trust has been lost and it needs to be restored," Dombrovskis said in an interview with German newspaper Bild.

    If the Greek government meets its obligations and implements reforms, "this will be a very important step", he said.

    Dombrovskis noted that negotiations between Greece and its creditors for the third aid programme should be conducted thoroughly. "This will take a few weeks."

    Only when stability and confidence return, "can Greece get back to growth path, create jobs and restore confidence especially among the most vulnerable socially," the European Commission Vice President underlined.

    [02] PASOK leader Gennimata to gov't: We will support you in the country's best interests

    ANA-MPA -- Opposition PASOK leader Fofi Gennimata accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of not handling properly the situation in his ruling party SYRIZA and called on him to put an end to its shadow theatre, during the debate leading to the voting of an omnibus bill on prior actions demanded by Greece's lenders.

    She also called for an end to ideas about early elections, asking him to put an end to rumours to such an event that would "prove catastrophic."

    The PASOK leader said the government would have the party's support in the national effort. She made special mention of four main points - measures leading to the balancing of the budget, the need to restructure the debt, a final debt agreement and their application. "We will support you for the country's best interests. We need a national policy for a viable solution," she stressed.


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