The Greek FinMin, Yanis Varoufakis, confirmed an earlier information about a document that he was ready to sign (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/02/breaking-four-month-moratorium-proposal.html), and suddenly the eurocrats have chosen to change it the last moment, going back to the previous position demanding from Greece to request the extention of the current catastrophic program.
Yanis Varoufakis repeats that he was prepared to apply for an extension of Greece’s loan agreement today (before the text was changed).
Greece was even prepared to add extra conditions, he declares, to demonstate its commitment to its partners.
And then he argues that progress will be made by Wednesday night:
"I have no doubt that within the next 48 hours Europe will come together and find the phrasing so we can move on to do the real work to find the common ground [and find a new situation] that is good for Greece and Europe."
Varoufakis states that Pierre Moscovici presented him today with a draft communique that he was “perfectly happy to sign there & then” .
But then, he claims, it was withdrawn by eurozone chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem in favour of a different draft that unwound all the progress made by officials in recent ways.
All we got was some “nebulous words”, promising “some flexibility”.
So, despite our “infinite goodwill”, we weren’t able to sign the communique, Varoufakis continues.
The banking puppets lead the eurozone to a dead end through their unacceptable games.
Varoufakis exposed previously the Troika methods, resembling CIA's tortures: http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/02/varoufakis-exposes-troikas-cia-type.html