Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras takes part in St. Petersburg international economic forum, where discussionsa most important questions relating to the distribution of global economic flows.
Politician saw centre for financial development had shifted from Europe, although some powers as before catching himself as the navel of the Earth.
Greece is literally hanging on the edge of financial disaster, because the group of international creditors cannot reach an agreement with Athens about the conditions of payment of the external debt. With all this government power offers own project, which should suit both sides, but the international monetary Fund and the European Commission for some reason the realization of this possibility is not considered.
At this time the Prime Minister powers Alexis Tsipras is located outside of the European Union - he participates in the work of the St. Petersburg international Finance forum. That the head of the Greek government chose Europe, the Russian Federation, according to him, there is nothing surprising, especially in such a difficult time for the country.
"The world is different from what was previously. We in Europe had the illusion for a long time as the navel of the earth in a literal sense, as the center of the world and continued to see and rely on our immediate concrete surroundings", - TASS quoted the Greek Prime Minister.
"And still the financial center of the planet has moved, gone from this place, because the new emerging powers play an increasingly significant role in the economic and geopolitical level," he added. Alexis Tsipras stressed that in the new film world Grand importance specifically Russia.
The way in which in the moment are the European powers will not lead to anything good, he says. "The European Union, whose member is considered to be Greece, need to go again own the road, returning to their original declarations and principles - solidarity, justice, social justice. The way of the proclamation of belt-tightening and measures of gross savings leads nowhere, let's not make mistakes", he said.
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