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To Vima Online - Greece | Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Athens won't give in

The fact that the talks at the German Chancellery went on until late in the night is a good sign, the centre-left To Vima website believes: "What has gone on in recent days between Athens and the creditors is unusual. This is the first time since 2010 that the Greek side has done what was never done before: really engage in the negotiations. … This is evident from the sleepless nights in the Chancellery and the fact that there is still no progress in the talks. … And that is the most important sign that the Greek side is truly making an effort. … Because if there was progress it could only mean one thing: complete submission to the creditors' terms."

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