“It is reasonable to expect positive developments soon” said government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos in an interview with the Saturday edition of Imerissia newspaper.
“The government will not bring to parliament a bad agreement let alone an agreement that will exceed the principles of the government’s majority” he said adding that the government would rise to the occasion and its historic duty.
Tzanakopoulos was referring to the ongoing negotiations with the institutions on the second review of the Greek programme. He underlined that the aim is “to bridge whatever differences on technical issues and on the fiscal issue for 2019 in order the progress to be recognised at the Eurogroup meeting on Monday “. He explained that “the government’s target is the overall agreement to be reached in April, something that will pave the way for the inclusion in the quantitative easing programme. I believe it is logical to expect positive developments” he concluded.