Venizelos: Greece Has 'Fully Substantiated' Plan for Exiting Memorandums

Venizelos: Greece Has 'Fully Substantiated' Plan for Exiting Memorandums

The country has a carefully thought-out and fully substantiated framework for its exit from the memorandums and its transition to the next phase, government Vice-President and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos stated on Wednesday, as he emerged from a meeting with Prime Minister Antonis Samaras at the government's headquarters.
Asked about the measures allowing settlements for overdue debts to the state, he said these would be tabled in parliament "as soon as possible".
In response to a question about whether everything might be overturned during the upcoming negotiations with the troika representing Greece's international lenders, Venizelos replied: "Not at all".
He clarified that the troika's review of Greece's programme that was currently underway would continue and be completed as normal.

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