The Government Wants in Principle Agreement at Eurogroup, Gov't Spokesman Says
Thursday, 01 December 2016
The government wants an in principle agreement at the Eurogroup meeting on Monday, State Minister and government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Thursday said in statements to ANT1 TV.
He explained that the country's creditors and the IMF should understand that: a) they are bound by the EU law in labour issues, not only as to the result of the agreement, but also during the negotiations and b) the Greek government cannot accept measures after 2018.
"The Greek government is not discussing any measures after the end of the programme; there will not be such a discussion,"Tzanakopoulos said.