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Ethnos - Greece | Monday, May 18, 2015

Greece's creditors must relent now

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announced in an interview on Monday that Greece is on the verge of reaching an agreement with its creditors. The creditors need to finally grasp how serious the situation in Greece is, the left-liberal daily Ethnos writes: "The next five days will be the most important to date for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government on the path to an 'honourable compromise'. ... Recently the government has shown that it wants to reach an agreement. But of course this is not just about what the Greek side wants. Nor is it just about the compromises Greece would be willing to make. The key thing is that our partners and creditors recognise that the Greek people have reached their limit in every sense of the word, and simply cannot bear the thought of falling back into a recession once more."

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