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Greek State Minister: "The Agreement with Creditors Must Be Realistic"

Nikos Pappas
“The agreement must be realistic and implementable. But mainly to define the new day for the country, the restart of the Greek economy and growth,” Greek State Minister Nikos Pappas said in an interview with newspaper ‘Efimerida ton Syntakton’ on Saturday, adding that the red lines will not be crossed.
Asked what the Greek government will do in case some deputies do not vote for the new agreement, he replied: “Everyone can have his own view. But we all have a historical responsibility right now. And we will be judged by our actions in the Parliament and not by what we say.”
He underlined that Greece has proved its willingness to find a solution and added: “The solution of the Greek problem is primarily a political one. The technical staff cannot operate autonomised but must respect the rules of negotiation, democratic legitimacy and a common European course and targeting. They will be held accountable to the institutions for all these and as a result they will be held accountable to the Greek government too,” Pappas noted.
(source: ana-mpa)

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