June 24, 2015

Tsipras says some creditors didn’t accept his Greek proposal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said some creditors haven’t accepted the country’s proposals to unlock aid as he prepared to depart for emergency talks in Brussels.

“The insistence of certain institutions of not accepting parametric measures has never happened before -- not in Ireland, nor in Portugal,” Tsipras wrote Wednesday on his Twitter account. Read more.

eKathimerini

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