Cyprus Mail

Greek PM Tsipras considering latest offer from creditors

File photo of Greek PM Tsipras looking at his watch as he delivers a speech during a parliamentary session in Athens

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is considering a last-minute bailout proposal by the European Commission, the Greek daily Kathimerini reported on Tuesday, with the clock ticking down to the expiration of the bailout programme.

“The prime minister’s office has told Brussels that it is evaluating yesterday’s new proposal of the EU Commission President, which included debt relief in October and changes in the EKAS supplement (for low-income Greeks),” the paper reported, without specifying its sources.

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