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Measures of € 3.6 billion. euro half by 2018, and the other half for after 2018 includes the proposal of the lenders to Greece to close the evaluation.As reports Reuters, European and International Monetary Fund after the single attitude that they adopted towards the Greek issue will ask Greece to accept measures of € 1.8 bn. euro up to 2018, and 1.8 billion. euro after 2018. The measures focus on broadening the tax base-that is, to reduce the αφορορολόγητου – and pension cuts.It should be noted that earlier a senior official of the Eurozone had stated to the international news agency that there is an agreement to present a common front to the Greeks”, adding that the outcome of today’s meeting with the Greeks is not yet clear whether Athens will accept the proposals. “What will come of this, we’ll see,” he said.Common front of European-IMF and an ultimatum to the ΕλλάδαΟπως notes Reuters, that the common front between the government of the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund is “an important development, because the Europeans and the IMF had for months different opinions on the size of the primary surplus that Greece had to achieve in 2018 and the next of these years, but also on the issue of debt relief”.The lenders of the Euro zone and the International Monetary Fund have come together in agreement on a common stand that will be present in Greece today, said a senior official of the Eurozone.The head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem said from the Hague that later today is scheduled a meeting between the creditors and Greek officials.”There is an agreement to present a common front to the Greeks,” said one Eurozone official, adding that the outcome of today’s meeting with the Greeks is not yet clear whether Athens will accept the proposals. “What will come of this, we’ll see,” he said.As notes Reuters, that the common front between the government of the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund is “an important development, because the Europeans and the IMF had for months different opinions on the size of the primary surplus that Greece had to achieve in 2018 and the next of these years, but also on the issue of debt relief”.Dijsselbloem: we will Not talk about the χρέοςΟι current contacts for Greece does not relate to the issue of debt relief, but the primary surpluses as stated by the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, in view of the meeting of the institutions with the Finance minister, Euclid Thanksgiving in Brussels.The Greek reforms last a long time, but going in the right direction, said the head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem in a statement, clarifying that the discussions for the b evaluation is not urgent.The height of the Greek primary surplus will be one of the topics of discussion during a scheduled meeting in Brussels later today, added Jeroen Dijsselbloem.Speaking in the Hague, Dijsselbloem has confirmed that it will take place a meeting of key players in the rescue of Greece, but rejected any claim that the bailout program of Greece is in crisis.EWG: Νομοθετήστε preventive measures τώραΕν the meantime, the EuroWorking Group, which met yesterday, although not discussed in detail the Greek issue, he sent a clear message. Sources of the Euro area were commenting on the ana-MPA that the next few days are “critical”, however, if there be an agreement between the institutions and the political will of Greece, the institutions will return to Athens, and an agreement at the technical level it is possible and even until 20 February.However, the same sources have indicated that if agreement is not reached at the technical level by the Eurogroup of 20 February, but significant progress is made, the matter will be referred to the next meeting (20 March), with increased but the probability of the outcome of the Dutch elections and potential turbulence in the markets to complicate further the achievement of agreement.To change the ΑθήναΟσον for the Greek government, the Athens comes, at information of iefimerida, the dance of the backstage negotiations with the aim of finding a compromise.The government confirms that it is preparing for a change of direction -to advance legislation some of the measures – and the official “line” is “come in the negotiation with the position we have expressed.However, the message of the EWG was clear and can easily be surmised that this has the makings of a compromise with a proposal from the lenders, which obviously will not be the measures of the Greek side.All sides converge to the fact that only a policy decision will be able to reach an agreement, in order to return to Athens the ladder and up to 20 February -or in an emergency Eurogroup – to get out white smoke.Official Euro area: The enactment of preventive measures a prerequisite for the αξιολόγησηΝωρίτερα, an official of the Euro area διεμήνυε that “the enactment of preventive measures from Athens is a prerequisite for the completion of the second assessment”. The same official pointed out that the agreement is necessary to include the fiscal gap of 2018, the labour and the enactment of preventive measures, to ensure the annual surplus of 3.5% of GDP after 2018.

Measures of € 3.6 billion. euro half by 2018…
and the other half for after 2018 includes the proposal of the lenders to Greece to close the evaluation.
As reports Reuters, European and International Monetary Fund after the single attitude that they adopted towards the Greek issue will ask Greece to accept measures of € 1.8 bn. euro up to 2018, and 1.8 billion. euro after 2018. The measures focus on broadening the tax base-that is, to reduce the αφορορολόγητου – and pension cuts.
It should be noted that earlier a senior official of the Eurozone had stated to the international news agency that there is an agreement to present a common front to the Greeks”, adding that the outcome of today’s meeting with the Greeks is not yet clear whether Athens will accept the proposals. “What will come of this, we’ll see,” he said.
Common front of European-IMF ultimatum to Greece
As notes Reuters, that the common front between the government of the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund is “an important development, because the Europeans and the IMF had for months different opinions on the size of the primary surplus that Greece had to achieve in 2018 and the next of these years, but also on the issue of debt relief”.
The lenders of the Euro zone and the International Monetary Fund have come together in agreement on a common stand that will be present in Greece today, said a senior official of the Eurozone.
The head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem said from the Hague that later today is scheduled a meeting between the creditors and Greek officials.
“There is an agreement to present a common front to the Greeks,” said one Eurozone official, adding that the outcome of today’s meeting with the Greeks is not yet clear whether Athens will accept the proposals. “What will come of this, we’ll see,” he said.
As notes Reuters, that the common front between the government of the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund is “an important development, because the Europeans and the IMF had for months different opinions on the size of the primary surplus that Greece had to achieve in 2018 and the next of these years, but also on the issue of debt relief”.
Dijsselbloem: we will Not talk about the debt
The current contacts for Greece does not relate to the issue of debt relief, but the primary surpluses as stated by the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, in view of the meeting of the institutions with the Finance minister, Euclid Thanksgiving in Brussels.
The Greek reforms last a long time, but going in the right direction, said the head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem in a statement, clarifying that the discussions for the b evaluation is not urgent.
The height of the Greek primary surplus will be one of the topics of discussion during a scheduled meeting in Brussels later today, added Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Speaking in the Hague, Dijsselbloem has confirmed that it will take place a meeting of key players in the rescue of Greece, but rejected any claim that the bailout program of Greece is in crisis.
EWG: Νομοθετήστε preventive measures now
Meanwhile, the EuroWorking Group, which met yesterday, although not discussed in detail the Greek issue, he sent a clear message. Sources of the Euro area were commenting on the ana-MPA that the next few days are “critical”, however, if there be an agreement between the institutions and the political will of Greece, the institutions will return to Athens, and an agreement at the technical level it is possible and even until 20 February.
However, the same sources have indicated that if agreement is not reached at the technical level by the Eurogroup of 20 February, but significant progress is made, the matter will be referred to the next meeting (20 March), with increased but the probability of the outcome of the Dutch elections and potential turbulence in the markets to complicate further the achievement of agreement.
To change cruising Athens
As for the Greek government, the Athens comes, at information of iefimerida, the dance of the backstage negotiations with the aim of finding a compromise.
The government confirms that it is preparing for a change of direction -to advance legislation some of the measures – and the official “line” is “come in the negotiation with the position we have expressed.
However, the message of the EWG was clear and can easily be surmised that this has the makings of a compromise with a proposal from the lenders, which obviously will not be the measures of the Greek side.
All sides converge to the fact that only a policy decision will be able to reach an agreement, in order to return to Athens the ladder and up to 20 February -or in an emergency Eurogroup – to get out white smoke.
Official Euro area: The enactment of preventive measures a prerequisite for evaluation
Earlier, an official of the Euro area διεμήνυε that “the enactment of preventive measures from Athens is a prerequisite for the completion of the second assessment”. The same official pointed out that the agreement is necessary to include the fiscal gap of 2018, the labour and the enactment of preventive measures, to ensure the annual surplus of 3.5% of GDP after 2018.

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