Italy’s Monti warns Europe of ‘psychological break-up’

BBC News

Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Monti has warned of a “psychological break-up” of Europe that must be contained.

In an interview with Germany’s der Spiegel magazine on Sunday, he said the eurozone crisis was creating national resentments that could damage the EU.

Separately, the head of Italy’s central bank, Ignazio Visco, insisted his country did not yet need a bailout.

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