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Germany's Merkel Welcomes Greek Bailout Agreement - Abc News

6120539768697869326.jpg 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber) The Associated Press German more.. Chancellor Angela Merkel is welcoming an agreement on a four-month extension to Greece's financial bailout but says "a lot of work" remains ahead. Merkel said Wednesday she is glad Greece's eurozone partners have "found a starting point for negotiations with the new government." She said: "I welcome the fact that we were able to assert the principle of 'quid pro quo' again, also with the Greek proposals that arrived yesterday." Key creditor Germany has insisted that aid must come with strings attached, and other European countries have provisionally backed a list of reforms proposed by Athens. Germany's Parliament http://savageaoos.soup.io/post/540860662/Workout-Wednesday-Jill-Millers-Five-step-Tension is expected to give its approval on Friday. Merkel said that "we must continue along this road" but it "will of course remain challenging, I have no illusions about that." Join the Discussion
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