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中国时间: 10:50 2016年12月11日星期日

双语新闻(2015年2月23日)

  • 美国之音

**希腊拟定经改方案以换取欧盟救助**

希腊官员正在最后敲定经济改革方案。有关方案将于星期一提交希腊的欧洲债权方,作为一项把救助希腊计划延长四个月的协议的部分内容。

上星期五,欧洲各国财长限定希腊必须在星期一提交经济改革方案,以说服债权方将救助计划延长四个月。

经济改革方案旨在重振希腊经济及削减政府开支,以换取重新启动近3千亿美元的贷款计划,这一计划将于本周期满。

希腊左翼新政府的国务部长帕帕斯星期日说,官员们正在努力让希腊政府更有效,并遏制逃税行为。

Greece Putting Final Touches on Reforms to Extend Bailout

Greek officials are putting the final touches on economic reform proposals that are due to their European creditors on Monday, as part of a deal to extend the Greek bailout for four months.

European finance ministers on Friday gave Greece the Monday deadline to present proposals that would convince the country's creditors to grant the four-month extension.

The proposals are aimed at reviving the country's faltering economy and cutting government spending in exchange for renewing the almost $300 billion in loans that are set to expire this week.

Nikos Pappas, minister of state in the new leftist Greek government, said on Sunday officials are working to make the government's civil service "more effective and to combat tax evasion."


**美防长将主持会议讨论打击伊斯兰国问题**

美国新任国防部长卡特星期一将在科威特会见美军高层指挥官和外交官,讨论美国打击伊斯兰国的行动。

卡特从阿富汗乘飞机前往科威特城,在美国陆军阿瑞坎军营主持会议。除美国军方官员外,美国驻约旦以及中东其他国家的大使也将参与讨论。

有关官员说,预计此次会议不会制定打击伊斯兰国的新战略,但卡特可以通过这次会议更好地了解目前为击败这个激进组织而采取的行动范围。

卡特星期日访问阿富汗南部,审查美国两年内从阿富汗撤军的计划。他在坎大哈的美军基地与美国军人见面,并听取了有关训练、咨询以及援助阿富汗军队的联合行动的介绍。

US Defense Secretary Carter to Chair Meeting on IS in Kuwait

New U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter will hold talks on Monday in Kuwait with top U.S. commanders and diplomats on U.S. efforts to fight the Islamic State group.

Carter flew to Kuwait City from Afghanistan to chair the meeting at the U.S. Army base of Camp Arifjan. In addition to military officers, U.S. ambassadors from Jordan and elsewhere in the Middle East will participate in the talks.

Officials say the meeting is not expected to produce a new strategy to fight the Islamic State, but to allow Carter to better understand the range of efforts being pursued to defeat the militant group.

On Sunday, Carter visited southern Afghanistan to review plans to withdraw U.S. troops from the country within two years. He met with U.S. soldiers at the American base in Kandahar and received briefings on the status of coalition efforts to train, advise and assist Afghan forces.

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