"Someone must remind (German Finance Minister Wolfgang) Schaeuble that Greece is giving a huge battle of humanism at the EU borders, even in conditions of economic and social crisis after five years of continuous austerity,"
December 28, 2015
Top German politicians have expressed frustration with Greece, the main entry point to the EU for the 1 million migrants and refugees who arrived in Europe this year, most of whom end up in Germany.
EUObserver: December 28, 2015
Greece has repaid $3.5 billion to the European Central Bank, with not a day to spare before the deadline expires.
August 20, 2015
The German parliament approved a third bailout for Greece on Wednesday after Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said the country should get "a new start", while in Athens the government agonised over whether to call a snap election.
Reuters: August 19, 2015
German lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a $95 billion bailout package for Greece, a move that would help Greece meet Thursday's deadline to repay international creditors.
August 19, 2015
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Monday he had no qualms about urging fellow lawmakers to approve a new bailout for Greece
Reuters: August 18, 2015
This is not the end of the drama for the European Union. Perhaps, the passion play we are witnessing is just the prologue to tragedy.
BBC: July 16, 2015
Debt restructuring has always been our aim in negotiations – but for some eurozone leaders Grexit is the goal
Guardian: July 10, 2015
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis described a one-to-one meeting on Monday in Berlin with his most resolute opponent and German counterpart, Wolfgang Schaeuble, as "productive."
London South East: June 8, 2015
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble raised the possibility that Greece may need a parallel currency and European officials are making contingency plans for the Greek banking system as talks on unlocking aid remain stuck.
Bloomberg: May 23, 2015