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Greece in the Eurozone

Asked whether the PM thinks Greece may have to leave the Eurozone, the PMS said that it is ultimately for the Eurozone to stand behind its currency. The PM is not predicting whether Greece will or will not leave the Eurozone.

Asked whether the PM would agree with the Chancellor’s comments that the efforts to resolve the Eurozone crisis have so far been frustrating and depressing, the PMS said that there were difficult issues being addressed. The Chancellor set out views which are shared by the Government. There are no doubts that the Eurozone is in crisis and the issues need to be addressed. It is frustrating when we want to see a resolution to the crisis.

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