Poland's PM calls for fast actions to address Euro debt problem

14:05, July 21, 2011      

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Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Wednesday called for "fast actions" to deal with the debt problem in the euro zone.

"We want fast and precise decisions with regard to the crisis in the euro zone," Tusk was quoted as saying by the PAP news agency, just one day ahead of a crisis meeting scheduled on Thursday at which European leaders are expected to outline a new bailout package for debt-ridden Greece.

Earlier reports said Warsaw was skeptical as to whether Thursday's summit would roll out any "landmark" decisions.

"It is important to work out decisions for the future. Present solutions to the Greek problem seem delayed," Tusk noted.

The summit should seek solutions for the entire eurozone, not only Greece, the prime minister stressed.

Source: Xinhua
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