Greece and this government have succeeded in claiming ownership of the country's reforms, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told Parliament on Friday
March 21, 2015
If Greece fails to get a grip on its finances, the country could be forced to issue a parallel currency - all while officially remaining in the eurozone. Is it time to revisit the idea of a "geuro?"
Deutsche Welle: March 20, 2015
Cash is on the rise in Greece
Bloomberg: March 20, 2015
Angela Merkel wants Tsipras to present a ‘comprehensive’ reform package to be endorsed by the finance ministers before Greece could access any of the funds
Guardian: March 20, 2015
Government spokesman Gavriil Sakellaridis on Friday, in statements to private MEGA TV, expressed the government's content over the results of Thursday's EU summit.
March 20, 2015
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras assured European Union creditors at late-night crisis talks in Brussels that his leftist-led coalition would present soon a full set of economic reforms in order to unlock cash to stave off bankruptcy.
Reuters: March 20, 2015
EU leaders say Greece has agreed to come up with a new reform plan within days to secure the additional bailout funds required to prevent bankruptcy.
BBC: March 20, 2015
We had a calm and joint discussion, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in the early hours of Friday after the end of the seven-part meeting on Greece in Brussels
March 20, 2015
Europe's leaders take tough line with Athens as Angela Merkel warns there will be "no imminent solution" to the bail-out stand-off
The Telegraph: March 19, 2015
Greece still has a difficult road ahead of it, German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday said adding that Greece has to understand that the help provided is an obligation for financial stability and reforms.
March 19, 2015