“We need clear solutions, we need clear decisions,” government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Friday in statements to the Athens Macedonian News Agency’s radio station Praktoreio 104.9 FM.
Tzanakopoulos underlined that the Greek government will not accept at the Eurogroup of June 15 any proposal that would not bring a definite solution to the main issues of the Greek programme.
He also called on German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble to stop blaming the Greek side and start working towards a constructive discussion.
“Schaeuble is doing his job, is doing what he thinks that serves the interests of his country. From now on, I think it would be better for him to stop blaming the Greek side. It is already known who bears the responsibility for not having an agreement in the previous Eurogroup meeting and he himself should work on the direction of a constructive discussion so that a solution is found.”