Athens 'completely happy' after Berlin talks


Athens is “completely happy” after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras returned from holding talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin as strain grows on Greece to fulfill the calls for of its collectors, Greek officers have mentioned.

Authorities spokesman Gavriil Sakellaridis informed non-public Greek TV channel that Athens’ demand for WWII reparations from Germany had been mentioned together with the “plight” of the Greek folks beneath “austerity” measures imposed by lenders.

Sakellaridis mentioned: “We’re coming again completely happy from Berlin as a result of Mr. Tsipras above all posed quite a few points to Ms Merkel and to the German folks.

“The problems that Mr Tsipras raised Monday proved that he went to Germany to current the Greek authorities’s positions.”

– ‘Frequent factors discovered’

He added the Greek prime minister has made clear “the social circumstances in Greece during the last 5 years — he principally spoke of a coverage that has not helped, neither on a macroeconomic, nor a social degree.”

Sakellaridis mentioned the pair had mentioned the define of reforms in Greece and never a selected checklist, with out offering particulars.

“There was a dialogue on a degree which was not that profound and particular, since this was not the intention of the assembly. This isn’t the extent on which reforms can be introduced,” he mentioned.

Sakellaridis said a “communication channel between the German Chancellor and the Greek premier has been restored” and added “frequent factors of reference in relation to Greece’s reform program have been discovered.”

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