Greece’s FinMin Tsakalotos says ‘political will for a new start’ exists

Asked why his radical leftist government did not table proposals at Tuesday’s Eurogroup meeting in Brussels, newly appointed Greek FinMin Eucleid Tsakalotos responded, point blank: “It’s more complex than it seems”.

In leaving the Commission’s building, Tsakalotos — the successor to Yannnis Varoufakis — estimated that the Eurozone is showing a political volition to give a new opportunity to Greece.


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