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Alexis Tsipras called on his ministers to knuckle down and implement the bailout in his first cabinet meeting on Friday, surprising many with his seemingly determined approach to the task ahead.
In the early part of the meeting, which was televised, the prime minister said that it must be his government’s aim to adopt the measures in the bailout and lead Greece out of the crisis by 2019, when the coalition’s four-year term ends.
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