Thursday, May 28, 2015

+++ +++ Greek crisis: Schäuble whistles Tsipras back: rescue talks … – ABC Online

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Find EU and Greece still a way out of the crisis? Or is it already too late? In Greece, the pressure on the government is growing. . All the information in the news ticker

  • Athens running out of money – but an agreement seems in sight .
  • In the coming months, massive debt repayments are in.
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The facts:. The negotiations the Greek Government with the European donors dressed. But time is pressing. Without binding commitments under the reform blocked emergency loans amounting to 7.2 billion euros can not flow. The funds in Athens are empty, in June alone are repayments of almost 1.6 billion euros to the IMF on. The state of negotiations, there is contradictory information. Athens sees the talks close to completion. According to negotiators Tsakalotos is already negotiating the next financial package. . When the German delegation of the G7 summit wants to know nothing of progress

Greece sees itself on the home straight – Creditors evaluate negotiations with Athens skeptical

Thursday 28 May, 07.37 clock: Athens and the international creditors do not agree on the state of negotiations on further financial assistance to the bankrupt threatened Greece : While the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday in Athens, the negotiations were “ on the home stretch “, the EU Commission by a number of outstanding issues spoke. Federal Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) said in the ARD, the negotiations had “progressed not much”. “We are on the home straight, we are close to an agreement,” Tsipras said. Soon his government will be able to provide details.

From the Greek Government was reported that representatives of Athens and the creditor institutions wanted to start on Wednesday, nail down agreements already found at the working level in a draft. The targeted tentative agreement beinhalteversuch also debt relief and waive further cuts in pensions and salaries. At the same time it was said that disagreement between the EU and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) complicates an agreement:. While the EU call for a quick, temporary solution by the end of May, the IMF wants to negotiate a comprehensive agreement

EU Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis warned that there were still a number of unanswered questions . This would range from the budget guidelines to be called pension and labor market reform. Even IMF chief economist Olivier Blanchard told the “Handelsblatt” (Thursday edition) that there is indeed “serious” negotiations, “but we’re not there yet.”

Schaeuble said on Wednesday evening in the ARD “Tagesthemen “he was” always a little surprised that is always said from Athens so we were close to an agreement “. His French counterpart, Michel Sapin called on the outskirts of the G-7 finance ministers meeting in Dresden to become “that we move from the discussion to the paper”.

Elmar Brok demands detachment from Varoufakis as Treasury

Thursday, May 28, 00.46 Clock: The MEP and foreign policy expert Elmar Brok has a detachment of Yanis Varoufakis as finance minister of Greece brought into the conversation. Brok said the “Bild” newspaper on Thursday: “Varoufakis thwarts any solution and disrupts the negotiations. If Tsipras which also looks so, then he should think about a replacement. This is about the future of Greece, we need reliable partners “

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