AHEPA issued a statement on Greece's current situation.
Supreme President Phillip T. Frangos offered the following remarks concerning the nation's financial turmoil. Frangos' statement in full can be read below:
"We have been monitoring developments in Greece with regard to its debt crisis with a heavy heart and with the concern for the well-being and welfare of the people of Greece in mind.
"On Tuesday, Greece defaulted on a loan to the International Monetary Fund. Despite this unfortunate development, it is our expectation that all parties involved will work together to find a viable, balanced solution to overcome the difficult challenges Greece faces and which will grant it economic stability. We also call on the Obama Administration to step-up its engagement to ensure the parties achieve a proper solution."
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