Greece's parliament approved early on Friday a bill with reforms prescribed by the country's international lenders, ahead of a euro zone finance ministers meeting in three days which will decide if Athens qualifies for fresh bailout funds.
Times of Oman: November 6, 2015
"I do not want to believe that there are powers in Greece that want to send us to a bridge-loan, stated Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos at his opening speech on Thursday at the parliament committees
August 13, 2015
European finance ministers are holding a conference call Thursday to discuss options for a Greek bailout, after Greek lawmakers approved a package of tough reforms early Thursday.
July 16, 2015
The issue of Greece's short-term financing to meet its international financing obligations is expected to be discussed in Monday's Eurogroup, stated Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Monday.
July 13, 2015
A meeting of European finance ministers has ended with no progress in negotiations over Greece.
BBC: June 18, 2015
Among officials arriving in Luxembourg for the keenly awaited eurozone meeting there is a distinct lack of optimism over the prospects of a Greek deal.
The Tribune: June 18, 2015
Athens‘ eurozone partners are drawing up an emergency plan to head off the threat of economic chaos in Greece if the nation fails to reach a deal with its creditors this week, German media reported Tuesday.
June 16, 2015
Reports in the German media have suggested eurozone officials are drawing up a backup plan in case of a Greek default. As the cash-strapped nation struggles to reach a deal with creditors, it could face capital controls.
Deutsche Welle: June 16, 2015
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis late on Monday said that the three institutions have different red lines.
June 16, 2015
Greece’s failure to negotiate a bailout deal has provoked fury among its supposed European partners, who refused a request for an emergency bridging loan as the country heads towards bankruptcy - and out of the single currency.
The Australian: April 24, 2015