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Steinmeier: If Greece leaves the Eurozone, for the part of Europe will lose credibility and reliability

on Sat Jul 04, 2015 9:37 pm
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on the eve of a referendum in Greece said that the consequences of its exit from the Eurozone can be devastating.

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is afraid that a Greek exit from the Eurozone will fall prestige of Europe in the world. He stated this in an interview with the Berlin newspaper Tagesspiegel AM Sonntag.

"Even if we are funding is the development and management of monetary policy, a signal to countries outside the EU will be devastating. China, India and the US closely watching to see whether the Europeans will cope with this crisis. With the exit of Greece from the euro zone, Europe can lose prestige and trust in the world. " - Said Steinmeier.

In addition, he sharply criticized the behavior of the government of Greece. According to the minister, politician Alexis Tsipras left government - is "a mixture of lack of experience, ideology and radical rhetoric, which the Greek government has brought negotiations to a standstill." However, it was ignored, the consequences for the population of Greece such policies will lead, added the politician.
The minister called on the government in Athens together with its European partners to find a way out of a difficult situation, which in this case "would not overwhelm Europe and the member states of the Eurozone."

July 4 in Greece has come "day of silence" on the eve of a referendum on the requirements of international lenders, which will take place tomorrow, July 5.

Athens June 30 did not list the International Monetary Fund next loan payment, and on 1 July Fund officially confirmed that Greece had failed to pay on time € 1,6 Bln. overdue payments equivalent to a default, which became the first among the countries with developed economies.

Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras after defaulting in a televised address to the citizens of the EU accused of blackmail and urged Greeks not to support the conditions of creditors in a referendum. He said that Athens insists on the adoption of a new contract for financial assistance, which is "more just socially. In Russian

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