IMF chief Christine Lagarde said the IMF expects the next Greek government agreed to implement the second rescue program for the country 130 billion.
“The clear preference of the IMF in the interest of stability is that proper implementation of the program and which are political forces will result after the elections in Greece on June 17 and that these political forces will engage in constructive dialogue with partners in the Euro zone and those of the IMF, “Lagarde said at a press conference in London.
If this does not happen Lagarde said, “the work of the IMF is looking at all possible technical options and all possible alternatives and that is what you need to make the Fund,” said Lagarde.
IMF chief also said he was encouraged by the outcome of a meeting of leaders of industrialized countries by the G8 at the weekend. In her debate economic growth matches the austerity measures of savings is “false.” She noted that the euro has made significant improvement since the beginning of a political crisis here, but Lagarde said that eurozone leaders must do more to economic growth in the region, and more sharing of fiscal responsibility by adopting more general obligation debt otdelntie countries (bel.r. signal that Lagarde seemed to support the new president of France Åland in his call for common Euro-bonds).
According to Lagarde, fiscal policy in Europe is generally appropriate, but some countries have to focus on fiscal adjustment, the fiscal adjustment needs to be reshaped for different countries.