A panicky Spanish government issued dramatic messages of impending doom for the eurozone on Thursday as its borrowing costs reached unsustainable levels and foreign minister José Manuel García-Margallo claimed that the EU may need to act within hours.
“The future of the European Union will be played out in the next few days, perhaps in the coming hours,” he said, according to Spanish press reports.
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The foreign minister, who was speaking as Spain’s long-term borrowing costs hit an unsustainable 7%, warned that other European countries would suffer dreadfully if they let Spain fall. ”If the Titanic sinks, it takes everyone with it, even those travelling in first class,” he said, in a warning clearly aimed at Germany and other eurozone countries.