ND defends economic pledges as Kammenos repeats walkout threat
Mitsotakis eyes tax cuts to jump-start economy, also seeks unity but not with SYRIZA
Mitsotakis prepares to unveil economic plans, leave imprint ahead of elections
Tsipras confident on pension cuts, reticent on snap elections
PM stands by Macedonia name deal, Kammenos continues to sow confusion
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Coalition picks out positives from lenders' deal, clashes over political violence
The Greek government is hoping that there will be a positive conclusion to the discussions taking place among its lenders regarding debt relief, which would provide a significant boost to the beleaguered coalition.
A eurozone official speaking to reporters in Brussels said that he is certain there will be an agreement on debt relief in time for the June 21 Eurogroup, regardless of whether the International Monetary Fund will be part of the Greek programme or not.
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