No one claims that the fundamental problems of the Greek economy have been solved, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Wednesday during a press briefing adding that the situation is still fragile.
“We should however emphasize on the great opportunities that now seem to exist,” he noted and added: “Too much depends on the decisions to be taken at a European level, both to strengthen Greece’ growth and find a solution to the Greek debt, which is the main factor of uncertainty, both for money markets and for other investors.”
The government spokesman said that “it is Europe’s duty, both of our creditors and of the institutions, to take the necessary decisions now that will guarantee the restoration of European normality in our country.”
Decisions, “that will lead to a steady and dynamic recovery of the Greek economy, and our immediate return to the money markets,” he said.
(Source: ANA MPA)