Unfortunately for the Greek government at this stage, the "black circles" that threaten the European economy are few. The first "listens" to the name Italy, as political insecurity has returned to the country, worrying the European Jerusalemites about the impact it could have on the eurozone economy.
Eurobond bond markets are already available nervousness, while stock markets are on a downward path. It is noted that the August meetings and the domestic stock market recorded significant losses, with bank stocks under pressure.
At the same time, Europeans are on fire for this Trade war between the US and China and the impact it will have on the European economy in the coming months.
And of course, the other "headache" listens to the name Brexitbecause the other party is the unpredictable Boris Johnson. The recession threatens to knock on the door of Old Epirus, and economists warn of a new financial crisis.
It is no coincidence that the Head of the European Central Bank has called and is about to embark on a new round of quantitative easing to prevent adverse developments. European leaders know how to protect the EU economy they will have to take measures that will have a political impact on Member States and re-create a wave of controversy over the course of the European Union.
In the midst of this climate, the Prime Minister will start international contacts in order to convince partners to reduce primary surpluses and the new tax relief package is being prepared by the government. Conditions in Europe do not help Athens, as Europeans want to see what has been agreed and not put the Greek question at the forefront. And so they do not see the political polarization that has returned to our country after the elections.
Of course Germany has a knife and melon, supporting the information that there will be no commitment on his part Angela Merkel to reduce primary surpluses. This issue will be on the menu of Kiriakos Mitsotakis' meeting with the German Chancellor, but it does not appear that Merkel will agree to start the debate now.
It will follow the same order throughout the country French President Emmanuel Macron but also outgoing Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, who will visit our country on September 23rd. What the Greek Prime Minister will ask is "Complete" the reforms that have been delayedbut also meets the targets for both 2019 and 2020, when it submits the Commission's draft budget in October.
About his visit Jean Claude Juncker in Athens, the only sure thing is it won't be festive. The outgoing President of the Commission will refer to the victims of the Greek people, but also to the course of reconstruction of the country, which should not be put to the test. And of course he will stay away from the political contradictions for which he will leave his successor Ursula von der Line,
In general, European officials will look forward to Kiriakos Mitsotakis' location in their bilateral contacts, but also to his TIF messages and will then open their documents. In the Euro Working Group in early September and the Eurogroup on the 14th of the same month, the Greek side will see how the partners are moving. On September 23, the institutions will be in Athens for a new evaluation following the memorandum, which will raise all these issues and, of course, the preliminary draft budget for 2020.
In terms of development Europeans hold small basket for 4% that the Greek government is committed to the fragile investment and financial climate in Europe.
From the above it is clear that the international climate will be a catalyst for the Greek government's negotiations with its partners. Concerns about the global recession are intensifying and the euro area is embarking on new adventures, and the Greek government will have a limited scope of requests.