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After Schaeuble talks, Greek gov't still focussed on ditching existing bailout
A meeting between Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and his German counterpart Wolfgang Schaeuble in Berlin on Thursday failed to result in any agreement but underlined the SYRIZA-led coalition’s determination to reject the option of extending the current bailout.
Schaeuble said that the two men “agreed to disagree” during their talks but Varoufakis did not concur with this view, saying that the two men had “agreed to enter deliberations as partners.”
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