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Tsipras eyes next step after mixed Eurogroup deal
The government began on Friday the task of talking up the agreement that it reached with its creditors at the Eurogroup but immediately came under fire from the opposition.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras went in the morning to brief President Prokopis Pavlopoulos about the deal, which gave Greece certainty about its fiscal targets, some clarity on debt relief measures and a larger-than-expected tranche of 8.5 billion euros.
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