The governor of the Bank of Greece, Georgios Provopoulos, on May 24 stressed that Athens, not the European Union, holds the key to true recovery from the economic crisis enveloping the country.
In a meeting with president Karolos Papoulias, Provopoulos said the path out of the current situation was linked to decisions "made in Athens and not Brussels".
The governor has repeatedly urged Greek authorities to act to save the country. In April, he renewed his warnings over the consequences if Greece
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