Varoufakis stated, "The euro is fragile, it's like building a castle of cards, if you take out the Greek card the others will collapse,"
"I would warn anyone who is considering strategically amputating Greece from Europe because this is very dangerous. Who will be next after us? Portugal? What will happen when Italy discovers it is impossible to remain inside the straitjacket of austerity?"
Varoufakis also added the new government would propose a "new deal" for Europe, similar to the one introduced in the United States in the 1930s. This would involve the European Investment Bank investing ten times as much as it has so far, the finance minister said.
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