Athens Recalls Ambassador To Prague After Czech President Says He Is “Disappointed Greece Did Not Leave Euro Area”

Greece Recalls Its Ambassador To Prague, After Czech President’s Unacceptable Remarks On Grexit
A diplomatic incident with unknown outcome has occurred between Greece and the Czech Republic after the provocative statements made against Greece by President Milos Zeman. As consequence to Zeman’s statements, the Greek Foreign Ministry ordered its its Ambassador to the Czech Republic to return back to Athens ‘for consultations’ as it is nicely said in diplomatic language. The Czech President has recently expressed his disappointed ‘because Greece has not exit the Eurozone yet.’
Speaking to Slovak news agency TASR on December 15h, President Milos Zeman said that he was “extremely disappointed that the summer negotiations between Greece and creditors did not ultimately lead to Greece’s exit from the euro area, although it looked quite possible.“

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 12/22/2015.


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