Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Grzegorz Schetyna stated on Tuesday that Greece should remain in the Eurozone, but only under tight restrictions, Polish Press Agency reported.
The Minister stated that “Even if Greek recovery from the crisis lasted years, it would be worth embarking on. It is only a matter of the partners’ integrity.”
Schetyna referred to the examples of Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and Italy, which, in his opinion, are saving and recovering from the recession. As he predicts, if Greece is treated differently, further populist movements are likely to emerge.
The minister’s speech preceded the annual Ambassadors’ Convention, which will last three days starting on Tuesday.