Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Greece’s government said a July 21 agreement by European Union leaders is the minimum basis for a solution for the euro area, according to government spokesman Ilias Mosialos.
“We insist that the July 21 agreement is the minimum basis of a solution for us,” Mosialos told reporters in Athens today. “Anything else must be legally secure and add to that.”
Mosialos said “any euro solution for us has to be carefully crafted and legally secure.” He said that talks with inspectors from the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund in Athens would close soon.
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