The agreement between Greece and Eurozone partners was signed not because the parties have shown wisdom, but because he feared. This opinion was expressed by the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker. He is convinced that Greece is in this situation, you shouldn't feel humiliated.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker believes that an agreement between Greece and Eurozone partners was signed not because the parties have shown wisdom, but because he feared. And this mutual fear helped to reach a compromise, he said.
"We avoided the worst because they were very wise, but because we were afraid. To reach agreement allowed the jitters. After the fear always comes a relief," he said in an interview printed in the newspaper Le Soir. According to Juncker, Greece "err, feeling humiliated" for the following reasons, the Commission has done its best to round the corners in resolving the situation with Greek debt".
The head of the European Commission acknowledged the presence in the European Union "actual severance of relationships of solidarity", which manifested itself not only in the case of Greece, but in the situation with accommodation in the state of the community of illegal migrants and refugees from Africa and the Middle East. "Old demons - the national resentment at others still alive," said Juncker.
He argues that the hostility of ordinary Europeans to the European Union due to the lack of a proper interpretation of the policy pursued at the supranational level. "European integration, born from the will of the people, was selected by the project that explains the gap between social views and actions at the European level," said a European civil servant.
Earlier, the favorites of the countries in the Eurozone took a unanimous decision on the settlement of the Greek debt crisis, which will allow the country to remain in the Euro zone. Consequently, said RIA Novosti, the summit has kept the Union in today's structure. All the assistance programme takes into account the allocation from 82 to 86 billion euros over 3 years.
The majority of deputies of the Greek Parliament supported a bill conformable to vote on 16 July. Its adoption is considered a condition of resuming the provision of liquidity to Greek banks and the beginning of a new programme of support to save the economy of the state.
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