Talks are doing round in the year that the duration of repayment that has been given to Ireland for its bailout that was worth 85 billion euros can also be extended that is stretched.
It is being said that the European Union that is EU as well as the International Monetary Fund that is IMF had decided the span of tenure of bailout as far as the conditions of nay of the country are concerned.
This is going to mean that the present span of 15 years of repayment is going to get doubled and will make it up to 30 years.
This thing is being getting done so that Ireland can make a secure entry back into the market of the world.
According to some sources which informed RTE News that both EU, IMF as well as the European Central Bank that ECB has decided to make this move so that the country can get help in order to get along with their targets in a proper way.
The sources are of the view that the cost of the borrowings that Ireland is bearing should have been quite low if the condition of the eurozone had not get worsened.
It is also being thought this issue had not yet got a support from the side of the government or even from the side of the leaders of the European Union.
These sources also had to say that this step is being taken that step is being taken so that the market can be convinced as far as the bondholders of the private sector should not face any kind of trouble in the future times a far as Ireland is concerned.
In the last month the voters in the Republic of Ireland had given an approval to their financial pact of the European Union.
The voters with their figure being 60 per cent are also a part of the referendum that is has got a backing of this controversial pact that has its aim in order to enforce the rules of the budget in the eurozone area. Apply with pay weekly loans @ http://www.payweeklyloans.org.uk/ and get quick fund your immediate aids.
Enda Kenny, Prime Minister, Ireland had sent a strong signal that they are very much committed to the challenges which are related to its economy.
This treaty should have the approval of at least 12 countries at least 17 countries of the eurozone but it was only Ireland who wants that this matter should be put forward to the public voting.