Dijsselbloem Тells Greece: Implement the Program and at the End of 2018 We’ll Look again at the Debt
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Greece should implement what was agreed with its creditors last summer and at the end of 2018 Greece’s debt and primary surpluses may be discussed, the head of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, said on Wednesday during a meeting with Greek journalists in The Hague.
“The message is: Do what we agreed on”, he said, summing up the attitude that will be followed the institutions with regard to Greece, following the completion of the first program review.
Asked by ANA-MPA on the consequences of the Brexit, Dijsselbloem said Britain’s decision causes uncertainty and one cannot make guesses. He also said Brexit will have the least impact on Greece because the country is protected, “shielded” by the Europe’s money and its adjustment program.