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With the date of the return of the institutions’ mission chiefs to Athens still unknown, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is heading to Paris and Brussels this week to meet with his French counterpart Michel Sapin and European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici.
Tsakalotos is due to meet Sapin on Wednesday and Moscovici on Thursday. According to reports, he wants to secure support for the resumption of talks between Greece and the institutions and to present a government proposal aimed at paving the way for a c...
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