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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Defence Minister Panos Kammenos were due to meet on Tuesday afternoon, largely in a bid to dispel mounting speculation that their relationship has deteriorated and that the coalition’s future may be in doubt.
New Democracy-friendly Fileleftheros (Liberal) newspaper reported on Monday that the pair had held a stormy meeting at Kammenos’s house on Friday. The government denied that there had been any falling out.
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