Greece was on the brink of an abyss and the French Finance Minister, Michel Sapen, stated that he did not leave the Euro for a few days. He told the Athens Agency: and the Greeks? "
Mr. Sapen asked whether there was an indirect clue to Mr. Varoufakis, e I can tell you that you will come. Euclid Tsakalotou It's palliative for all of us, because we've been able to work constructively. "
All statements of Mr. Sapen at the Athens Agency:
– You're the one who stood by Greece during the negotiations. Even Greece had lost its sovereignty. Now at the end of the memorandum, are we at the end of the tunnel?
Michelle SapenDaha It's hard to say, because to judge Greeks better than we do from abroad. But what I saw was Greece on the edge of the cliff.
The country was far more terrible than what the Greeks knew, and it might even have fallen into the gulf which is more terrible than Greece knows. That's why we fought on the Greek side. To benefit from the necessary solidarity. Can you imagine the Euro, the Euro, without the euro?
Everyone knows, especially the Greeks, it would be really destructive. Herkes
– Is that a clue for Mr. Varoufaki?
Michelle Sapen: olduğun Look, I'm not here to settle for open accounts, so we can say that the arrival of Euclid Tsakalotos is palliative because we can work constructively and solidly for us.