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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-05-25

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

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  • [01] "Greece needs debt relief to make it sustainable", says IMF's Thomsen
  • [02] New Democracy lashes out at government on the Eurogroup outcome

  • [01] "Greece needs debt relief to make it sustainable", says IMF's Thomsen

    The president of the European Council Donald Tusk said he was satisfied with the agreement reached at the Eurogroup.

    "Strong message of stability for Greece, Europe and the global economy," Tusk said after the Eurogroup early on Wednesday.

    The IMF has welcomed the deal with the IMF European chief, Poul Thomsen, saying, "We welcome that all stakeholders recognise that Greek debt is unsustainable. We welcome that it is understood that Greece needs debt relief to make it sustainable."

    [02] New Democracy lashes out at government on the Eurogroup outcome

    Main opposition New Democracy in a statement on Wednesday harshly criticised the outcome of the Eurogroup and accused the government of the delays in the negotiations.

    "The government has delayed for seven months the conclusion of the program review, imposed harsh measures on the Greeks, increased the country's obligations, such as the privatisation fund, and imposed 'permanently' the contingency mechanism," it said.

    "It conceded everything and took nothing back. Why is that? Because it is totally incredible," the statement added.


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