Alexis Tsipras: EU is Sleepwalker, Closing In on the Abyss
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras noted that Greece has already compied with the EU rules and regulations and now expects more measures that will allow it to stay afloat financially.
''The EU is like a sleepwalker, moving towards the abyss by insisting for more financial cuts. This is how huge financial gaps between member-states are created,'' Tsipras shared with the Realnews, as quoted by Reuters.
In his words, if there is a debt reduction for Greece, budget deficits will be significantly lower over the next several years. This in its turn will slowly allow the economy to recover after 2018.
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