January 3, 2016

Greece defiant on pension cuts ahead of key talks with creditors

Greece’s prime minister on Sunday said his government will not give in to “unreasonable” demands as the debt-ridden country braces for critical negotiations with international creditors on the thorny issue of pension reform.

The warning came just days after Athens got one billion euros under the terms of its third bailout program. Read more.

eKathimerini

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