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Greek PM says country will be united after referendum

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Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday his country would remain united after the upcoming referendum, rejecting concerns the vote on bailout measures is splitting the country in two.

[ATHENS] Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday his country would remain united after the upcoming referendum, rejecting concerns the vote on bailout measures is splitting the country in two.

"The day after the referendum, we will be united" to overcome "the temporary difficulty" Greece faces, he said three days before a plebiscite which European leaders insist is effectively a vote on whether to stay in the eurozone.

AFP

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