Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Transports, and Olli Rehn, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro, went to Tallinn where they participated to the debate on the Future of Europe
It is too early at this stage to quote any exact figure. The issue of the fiscal gap will be dealt with in the context of the mission which is ongoing for the moment. It is essential that GR meets its commitments, in other words, will stick to its fiscal targets and ensure that there will be a sustained primary fiscal surplus, which is a necessary condition of addressing the issue of debt sustainability further down the road.
"We must continue reforming the European economic and social model. Not nostalgically clinging to the status quo, since that would only lead to a permanent economic decline of Europe. Not dismantling the European model, because we believe in the combination of a stability culture, entrepreneurial drive and social justice. But instead, genuinely reforming and modernising Europe’s social market economy, for the sake of sustainable growth and job creation."