Commissioner Moscovici says there’s ‘good momentum’ for Greece

3 November 2015
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There’s a good momentum for Greece, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Pierre Moscovici said following a meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at Maximos Mansion on Tuesday afternoon.

“We have a good momentum for Greece at the moment,” the EU official told journalists, adding that he discussed with Tsipras all the major issues concerning the country.

Moscovici said that the European Commission and Greece are building trust which is necessary to attract investments, noting that the common aim is to achieve growth and social cohesion which must be restored.

“We are on the side of Greece; we’re ready to ready to make every effort to help Greece implement the reform program” so that there will be success for the Greek people and Greece, he added.

The meeting was also attended by Government Vice President Yannis Dragasakis and State Minister Nikos Pappas.

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