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ATHENS, February 11 (Itar-Tass) —— All members of the Greek government have approved of a bill on a new credit agreement with the EU and the IMF, envisaging austerity measures in exchange for a second financial aid package 130 billion euros worth, the Athens News Agency has confirmed.
“The new credit agreement was approved unanimously at a meeting of the Cabinet and at once submitted to parliament,” the ANA said.
Earlier, the Greek television said that the agreement will be considered at a meeting of the parliamentary committee concerned on Sunday, and on Monday it would be put to the vote in parliament.