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But soundbites after the meeting was somewhat optimistic
Police in Athens have fired tear gas on Tuesday against demonstrators.
Up to 50.000 outraged Greeks said to be in the capital to show their displeasure against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit.
Merkel expressed after all, a willingness to continue cooperation with Euro-Greece.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Greece have led to unrest and riots on Tuesday.
Just a few hours after Merkel landed is around 50.000 protesters have made a pilgrimage to the capital, Athens.
Stormed the barricades
Thousands of police officers during the day been out on the streets to quell the already bubbling discontent – and much of the capital has been blocked by the Summit.
Tear gas was also shot at the crowd of angry compatriots on Tuesday.
The protesters should have tried to storm a barricade near the Parliament, where the Chancellor and the Prime Minister Antonio Samaras kept their appointments.
Small gangs of masked youths went about the same time remove the bottles and parts of broken masonry in their attacks against the police, reports said.
Eye witnesses told AFP reporters should have seen the same gang embarked on the boxes to local businesses before riot police averted parts of unrest.
Described as Hitler
Angela Merkel’s presence in the economic hard-hit Greece is seen as a provocation by many Greeks, when Germany is there as one of Europe’s stronger economies.
Merkel is also held responsible for the hard, economic constraints affecting the country.
She has even been described as Adolf Hitler by Greek newspapers – so the meeting was far from risk-free already on the paper.
From German hold justified the visit with that they want to show on the Greeks.
– We are on the Greek side, and we want to support Greece’s quest for stability and recovery, says the German ambassador Wolfgang Stealth to state television.
Once in place in Athens Merkel was cautiously optimistic, saying that Greece has taken some important steps to repair the ravaged economy, the report said.
The Chancellor insisted that even a tough austerity route was the best way for the country to emerge from the crisis – a tactic that has already befallen the unhappy populations hard.
– Greece is going through a very difficult period. You have already come a long way. Despite the difficulties, it is worth it to Greece to finish what it has started, otherwise it will be even tougher, said Merkel, according to Athens News.
Merkel reiterated while its desire to keep Greece remains in the Euro-cooperation, which can be described as a much needed pat on the country’s disputed politicians