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Njemačka kaže iznenađenje Grčki referendum plana zatvori vrata za pregovore

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Njemačka je osim sahranjenih pregovora u subotu (27, lipanj) zadržala Grčku od zadane, rekavši iznenađujuću odluku grčkog premijera Alexisa Cipprasa da raspisuje referendum nije ostalo ništa za raspravljanje, osim kako se nositi s neuspjehom. Zabrinuta kako bi zemlja mogla zadesiti, pa čak i izaći iz eurozone, neki Grci redom su stajali na blagajnama kako bi povukli sredstva, iako u Ateni nije bilo naznaka panike. Mnogi su zvučali prkosno govoreći kako im je Tsipras pružio važnu šansu za određivanje vlastite sudbine. Ministri financija eurozone sastali su se u Bruxellesu zbog onoga što je zamišljeno kao završni pregovor o sporazumu za spašavanje Grčke od propusta u velikom plaćanju duga u utorak (30, lipanj), kada istječe međunarodna kriza.

 But after they were blindsided by Tsipras’s surprise middle-of-the-night announcement that he rejected their offer and would put it to voters only after Tuesday’s deadline, one after another said all that remained to discuss was “Plan B” – how to limit the damage of default.

“We have no basis for further negotiations,” German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said. “Clearly we can never rule out surprises with Greece, so there can always be hope. But none of my colleagues with whom I’ve already spoken see any possibilities for what we can now do.”

Finland’s Alexander Stubb called it “potentially a very sad day, specifically for the Greek people. I think with the announcement of this referendum we’re basically closing the door for any further negotiations.”

“There is pretty much a consensus inside the Eurogroup that we cannot extend the program as it stands and consequently I would argue that Plan B becomes Plan A.”

Grčki ministar financija Yannis Varoufakis rekao je da će podnijeti zahtjev za produženjem mjera kako bi se došlo vrijeme za održavanje referenduma.

“We are going to suggest to them that under these circumstances we should have an extension for a few weeks to ensure that the people are heard,” he told Reuters.

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But several of his euro zone counterparts appeared to rule out any such grace period. Germany’s Schaeuble said: “Greece has left the negotiating table and so we are in a situation where on Tuesday the program ends, because there are no more negotiations.”

S većinom grčkih banaka zatvorenih za vikend, na ulicama Atene nije bilo ni traga panike. Vladini dužnosnici rekli su da nema plana za uvođenje kontrole kapitala koja bi ograničila povlačenje.

But police tightened security around bank teller machines as lines formed at some in the darkness almost as soon as Tsipras’s early hours televised speech was finished.

The Bank of Greece said it was making “huge efforts” to ensure the machines remained stocked.

(Foto: Reuters)

 

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