Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s point man in talks with international lenders, is scheduled to meet US President Barack Obama.
Running out of cash fast and deadlocked in reform talks with international lenders, Greece’s new Radical Left SYRIZA-led government said it will not default on its loans and that it expects an agreement imminently with international lenders.
Greece’s new coalition government led by the Radical Left SYRIZA party elected in January says there won’t be early elections.
Greece’s Finance Ministry insisted it is not delaying work on critical reforms needed to unblock aid from international lenders.
With time running out again, Greece’s coalition government, which has done almost nothing since getting a bailout extension, is going into a furious mode trying to reach a deal to bring in money with the country’s cash running out.
Greece’s new coalition government has antagonized would-be friends with a confrontational, combative style, world media reports find.
Eurozone officials say Greece is doing nothing to implement reforms to unlock critical aid and that an envoy sent to Brussels acted like a “taxi driver.”
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ visit to Moscow and talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin turned out to be a sideshow, some world reports said.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he will try to resolve the country’s stalled talks with international lenders as Greece runs out of cash fast.
Greece’s new coalition government, locked in an economic crisis, expects FYROM to make a new push for European Union membership.