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Eight suspicious parcels found in post office, two addressed to Djsselbloem and Moscovici

Eight more suspicious parcels, believed to contain explosives, were found and seized at the assorting center of the Greek Post Service (ELTA) in Kryoneri in northern Attica.  The packages indicate as recipients officials in various European countries. First two names of recipients leaked to the press are the names of …

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Dijsselbloem: Greece review will not conclude at Eurogroup Feb 20

Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the second review of Greece’s program will not conclude in time for the next Eurogroup meeting scheduled for Monday, February 20. The Dutch finance minister who is also head of the Eurogroup stressed that the participation of the International Monetary Fund remains essential for the continuation …

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Schaeuble: “Greece has not implemented in full the agreement”

“Greece has not implemented in full the commitments it made towards the creditors.” So simple. So cruel. So predictable. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble chew his teeth, spit them out in front of the reporters. “However, time has become more pressing and [Greece] has to do it. The difficulty lies …

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Schaeuble & Dijsselbloem officially seized the EU; Commission angry

The European Commission got angry at the chief of Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem for issuing a statement announcing the freezing of short-term debt-relief measures for Greece due to social support for low pensioners. Dijsselbloem had claimed that the institutions had taken the decision. Statement on #greece — Michel Reijns (@MichelReijns) …

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Thus Spake Schaeuble: EU creditors freeze minor debt relief for Greece

The otherwise so slow-paced European Union was quick to react to the social measures Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced five days ago. The country’s European creditors decided to freeze the minor debt relief for Greece in protest at Greek government’s Christmas bonus to low-pensioners and scrapping upcoming Value Added …

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Dijsselbloem : Eurogroup to discuss debt relief for “committed” Greece

Winds of Change? Juncker, Moscovici and Dijsselbloem ‘secretly’ plot an uprising and revolt against Schaeuble? Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the Greek government is very committed and more cooperative than the other governments under the bailout agreements and that the Eurogroup will discuss debt relief measures on December 5th …

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