Dijsselbloem: Greece debt situation not an ‘acute crisis’

14 February 2017
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The Greek debt situation is not an “acute crisis,” Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Tuesday, with the next loan instalment not needed by Athens until the summer.

Dijsselbloem said a review of the Greek debt situation would not be completed before European Union finance ministers meet next week.

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