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The IMF has given to Greece 3,2 more mlrd euro

Executive council of the International currency fund (IMF) has made the decision on allocation of Greece of the additional help in 3,2 mlrd euro. On it informs Associated Press.
this decision of IMF has followed after Ministers of Finance of the countries of euro of a zone last week have approved allocation to Athenes 12 mlrd euro from the demand line of credit in 110 mlrd euro.
earlier the parliament of Greece has definitively confirmed 5 - the summer plan of rigid economy which will allow the country to receive the next credit tranche from the European Union and IMF. The Greek deputies have approved the accompanying bill defining concrete steps on reduction of expenses on 28 mlrd euro for 5 years.
in May of current year of EU and IMF have approved allocation of the demand line of credit of Greece in 110 mlrd euro that Athenes could execute the promissory notes. From this sum the help to the Greek authorities was already allocated.
At the moment EU works over the second package of the emergency help of Greece. According to informed circles, volume of the second package of the financial help from EU and the IMF can reach 65 mlrd euro. Under their data, the program provides including technical support from the European Union, namely intervention in privatisation process in Greece.
in 2009. Greece has appeared in the face of the largest financial crisis from - for extremely high debts of Athenes before the governments of other countries. In May 2010. The IMF and the European Union have allocated to the Greek authorities the demand line of credit at a rate of 110 mlrd euro. In exchange the management of Greece was obliged to carry out a number of the measures directed on sharp reduction of budgetary expenses: to reduce salaries, to raise pension age, to reduce a number of workplaces, and also to spend the wide program of privatisation. These measures are extremely unpopular in the Greek society. With 2009. In the country massive strikes and other protest actions against reduction of budgetary expenditure do not stop.