By David O’Sullivan
A deal on an extension to Ireland’s bailout payback programme could be
agreed as soon as tomorrow
EU Finance Ministers have been arriving in Ireland for talks this weekend.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is optimistic that re-payment extension can be agreed
in the next TWO days,
and President of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem – informally known as Mr
thinks agreement might even be reached TOMORROW
The extension, if it happens, would likely give Ireland another SEVEN years
to re-pay the Troika loans.
Mr Dijsselbloem is also the Dutch Minister for Finance
and was in Cork earlier for a Q and A session in UCC.
He said Ireland is on the road to recovery