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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-11-24

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Return to ECB's normal financing methods will follow bank recapitalization, says Greek banker
  • [02] Thousands of refugees arrive at Lesvos as weather conditions improve

  • [01] Return to ECB's normal financing methods will follow bank recapitalization, says Greek banker

    The recapitalization of Greece's banks is being completed and the next step is to return to normal financing methods by the European Central Bank (ECB) and lift capital controls in the first quarter of 2016, the head of the Hellenic Bank Association and National Bank of Greece governor, Louka Katseli, said on Monday

    Katseli, speaking at the presentation of the Annual Greek Trade Report (2015), also said banks are now expecting the government's proposal for the non-performing loans to achieve an effective framework. The next step, she continued, is to achieve the return of bank deposits to lenders, adding however that all relevant parties must help build confidence.

    Moreover, Katseli announced the lowering of charges and fees for ordinary transactions with businesses.

    [02] Thousands of refugees arrive at Lesvos as weather conditions improve

    Thousands of refugees arrived at Lesvos island on Tuesday as weather conditions have improved

    More specifically, a dozen of dingies carrying around 60-70 refugees each have arrived on the east coast of the island since last night.

    Earlier in the morning, a fishing boat with more that 250 passengers on board was towed at the port of Mytilene.


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