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Anastasiades: Credibility of Cyprus’ Banks Has Been Restored on My Watch

Nicos Anastasiades declared that the government is committed to addressing society’s problems his administration has overseen the restoration of the credibility of the banks and the state itself has been restored.

During a meeting on Friday with local authorities in Limassol, he announced new projects for the town which will cost 147 million euro.

“Delivering a speech at Limassol Town Hall, the President referred to the difficulties faced when he took over, pointing out that the decisions taken by the Eurogroup and the country’s partners did not allow him to announce any projects which his government would not be able to implement,” according to CNA.

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