By Spiros Sideris – Athens
No decision has been made on what to do about Greece after January 1, stressed in an interview the head of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Speaking on the dutch television station RTL Z, Dijsselbloem noted that there won’t be a new programme like the one that was in effect until now.
“Greece will exit the program, which expires on January 1 and there won’t be a new program like the one that was in effect until now”, said Dijsselbloem
As the head of the Eurogroup said, the current program has come to an end, and stressed that it is important that Greece enters a stable and in principle independent state, in which there won’t be a programme with predetermined amounts.