Greece Ready to go it Alone, Wants a 'Clean Exit', FinMin Tsakalotos Says

Greece Ready to go it Alone, Wants a 'Clean Exit', FinMin Tsakalotos Says

Greece is ready to venture forth on its own without support, while it wants the "cleanest possible" exit from the financial assistance programme when this ends in the summer, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said in interviews to the French newspaper "Les Echos" and the "Financial Times" this weekend.
Talking to the French paper, Tsakalotos said he was counting on a rapid restructuring of Greece's debt so that the country can gradually return to normality. He also claimed to have no regrets about the decision to keep Greece in the euro and accept the terms of the programme.
"At some point, we must have confidence in the Greek government and Greek institutions, in the private and public sector, and believe in Greece's ability to stand on its own two feet," Tsakalotos noted.

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