Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy welcomed Wednesday what he said was a "positive" change in tone from Greece, which has pledged to make "credible" reforms to try to win a new bailout deal.
"The tune has changed, it's not what we were hearing until now and that's positive," Rajoy said at a press conference in Madrid.
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