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Eurogroup Welcomes Greece’s Progress, in Recognition of Its Rapid, Strong Recovery, Says FinMin Staikouras

BRUSSELS – Eurogroup welcomed Greece’s progress, recognizing its rapid and strong recovery, but also the favorable prospects of its economy, said Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras in a statement on Monday.

He was speaking after Eurogroup’s 13th evaluation of the report of enhanced supervision.

“Today’s meeting included an agenda of difficult issues, as a result of the unprecedented challenges and the intense instability, uncertainty and insecurity created by recent geopolitical developments,” he noted. “In this fluid environment,” he stressed, “Greece registered yet another success.”

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