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Varoufakis’ not so secret notes during meeting of Greece’s negotiation team with PM Tsipras

What was on the agenda of Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis at the meeting of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with the Greek negotiation team? And thus short before the Brussels Group, the Euro Working Group and the Eurogroup, short before  the crucial meetings for the crucial agreement between Greece and its creditors? The agenda of the meeting was especially crucial because it was the first time ever that the Prime Minister had gone to the Finance Ministry and attend such meeting.

The FinMin apparently took a seat and put a paper notebook on the table full of secret handwritten notes. But the photograph’s camera made a snapshot of the scribbles and  people wonder…

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Varoufakis’ crucual agenda:

JFK – Brussels

Member of (Greek) FSF board (Spyros Papanikolaou)

Savvaidou (Public Revenues Secretary) should cooperate with SDOE (Financial Crimes Units)

Relocation public services to public buildings (to avoid paying rent)

 Taxes (the most important issue at the meeting)

 → bank solvency

*** In (…) are KTG’s explanations

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Another mystery was the existence of two coins – one euro and 20 cents – . Why did Varoufakis had them there, on top of his notebook?

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Proto Thema found out: the FinMin had ordered a coffee and that was the change…

PS I feel so relieved to know… #PHEW

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2 comments

  1. Giaourti Giaourtaki

    That’s the new generation of laptops run by money – insert the coins on the right side – and it’s a very cool one that doesn’t start to freeze after 6 months on duty, as the usual shit the internet-gangsters sell.
    It’s cheap: One visit to a blog costs 20 cents, one Euro is flatrate per day.

  2. Hmm…. ktg could earn some money that way ;))