sexta-feira, 13 de março de 2015

Greece: "I don't feel like I'm stuck on a leash" – Tsipras

"It will also help partners understand that they have to contribute."

To implement the reforms that the Government of Syriza proposes to do in Greece, the Greek Prime Minister formalized, this Thursday, in Paris, a partnership agreement with the Organization for Economic cooperation and development (OECD), also nicknamed "rich countries ' Club", that Greece is the founder.

The OECD will with your experience, your "know-how", "help" the Government in Athens to implement its reform program.

Tsipras says he doesn't feel "trapped by a leash," before that, "perhaps for the first time, Greece has the firm determination to move forward with the reforms, with the institutional cooperation". The Greek Prime Minister believes that this agreement will also help partners understand that they have to contribute. "

The tart dialogue of the deaf between the Finance Ministers of Germany and Greece, Athens accused Wolfgang Schauble had insulted Yanis Varoufakis.

The person responsible for the finances of Germany was clear in reply:

"No, I have never insulted my Greek counterpart. This is a nonsense ".

The tension between Athens and Berlin did not stop tom up, at a time when Greece deal with international creditors to receive another tranche of the rescue program, money it needs to avoid a new collapse.

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