The head of the junior party in Greece's ruling coalition, Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader Panos Kammenos, on Tuesday expressed hope for a positive outcome in Greece's negotiations with its creditors, saying this would depend on an agreement linked to the issue of the debt.
"It is now clear that, at this moment, it is Greece that is negotiating, it is not just the government negotiating. We hope the course of the negotiations will be positive for the Greek people. The conditions set by the government and the ANEL Parliamentary group are that any agreement is linked to the issue of the debt," he said after a meeting of ANEL MPs.
According to Kammenos, the Greek sides 'red lines' remain and the government will in the next few hours, "respecting the popular mandate of January 25, proceed to a final resolution of the problems created by the five-year crisis."
"The solution will be final and the era of the memorandums will have passed," he said.