Greek party slams British PM over migration statementSource: Tanjug
ATHENS -- Greek party PASOK is hoping that British PM David Cameron will take back his statement that Britain will close its borders for Greeks if they exit the eurozone.
"Is Great Britain, which is not a member of the eurozone, so interested in the unity and stability of the eurozone that it is threatening policing measures which violate all principles, basic freedoms and rules of the European Union?" the party, which is a member of Greece's new three-party conservative-led government, said in a statement, ANA news agency has reported.
PASOK believes that "it would be preferable if the British prime minister, rather than making remarks that are insulting or create a false sense of nervousness in the markets, elaborated on the information regarding the manipulation of the Libor interest rate by directors of British banks and took better care of the fiscal figures of his country."