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Merkel: No Greek deal with Samaras

Aug 22 2012 16:21 AFP

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Chisinau - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday dismissed the chances of striking a final agreement on Greece's rescue package during upcoming talks with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.

"We won't have a solution on Friday," Merkel said during a visit to Moldova that precedes talks on Friday in Berlin with the Greek prime minister. "We wait for the report of the troika. Then we will decide."

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