Dimitris Tzanakopoulos: Greece will exit the memoranda in August without new measures

Greece will exit the memoranda in August 2018 without new measures, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos reiterated on Wedneday in a statement.

He reiterated that there is no need of a precautionary credit line and that the country’s exit will be clean and stable.

Referring to Prime Minister’s statement on the economy as well as on IMF estimates, he said: “Certainly, there will be a clean exit. The prime minister explained on Tuesday what a clean exit means. It means that there will be no credit line,” he said, adding that this (credit line) was being pursued by political forces in Greece, because there was no such discussion at European level. “On the other hand, no serious political power that plays a role in the Greek programme has asked for a credit line. So this means that there will be no fourth program, so the exit will be absolutely clean, ie without new commitments,” Tzanakopoulos said.

“Greece’s exit from the third programme is secure and stable and will be completed in time,” the government spokesman said.

Source ANA-MPA
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