Greek FM Varoufakis: Time for Greece to go ‘cold turkey’

This week, Greece is meeting with EU leaders in a bid to find support for a renegotiation of its crippling debt. Part of the solution will be to end its addiction to borrowing for now, says its finance minister.

The two main faces of Greece’s leftist new government – Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis – are to meet with EU leaders this week as part of what many have dubbed a charm offensive. Their aim is to convince influential policy makers of their coalition government’s main goal of implementing a debt program that helps the Greek economy grow.

On Sunday evening, the Greek finance minister kicked off his European tour in Paris, where he underlined his country’s desperation to enter a new phase in economic recovery.
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Source News: DW