Alexander Kuranov. A Greek exit from the Eurozone is "very real" and will have the 1st turn political consequences for the EU, said in Prague correspondents Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.
"A Greek exit from the Eurozone is a very real option," said Sobotka.- It all depends on what ideas will offer its Authorised EU countries ".
review Sobotka, it is necessary that the leaders of Greece first made the proposal a plan for the necessary reforms, said how they plan to improve the collection of taxes, as have plans to fight against illegal activities of officials as want to stabilize the main functions of the country, suggest how to improve the economy.
According to the Czech Prime Minister, the possible Exit of Athens from the Euro zone could be more political than economic ramifications, as Greece is only a small part of the EU economy. On the reverse side, drew the attention of the Czech Prime Minister, Greece is in the EU and NATO, for that reason can influence the decisions of these organizations. Sobotka recalled unclear that the position of Athens regarding the events in Ukraine.
explaining the speech of the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in the Parliament, Sobotka said that Greece cannot complain about a lack of solidarity With her, from countries that are part of the Eurozone.
Greek voters rejected in a referendum held on Sunday afternoon, the proposal of the creditors from the EU reduction in exchange for the continuation of payment of the country. The Greek government is preparing to introduce the EU's new plan to stabilize the economy. The dialogue is complicated by the fact that in the country due to the lack of ECB loans closed banks. Greece missed another payment to the International monetary Fund and has no funds for the payment of the next tranche of the ECB and the EU at the end of July.
Greece's debt to external creditors is 320 billion euros, of which 60 billion euros is required to be repaid in 2016.