Tsipras to accept latest bailout offer with conditions

July 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;7/6/2015, p1
The article reports that Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece has sent a letter to the government heads of eurozone by accepting the terms of the latest bailout offer of creditors. It mentions that the action has been taken after Greece has defaulted on obligations on the International Monetary Fund. It highlights that Tsipras is calling for a new bailout.


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