Locked out of markets and access to bailout funds, Greece’s coalition government is preparing an emergency plan to meet obligations and pay salaries and pensions amid claims by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is “lying to the population.”
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has accepted an invitation to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin March 23, his office said.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said a video showing him giving the finger to Germany was “doctored” and he said he didn’t do it.
While German Chancellor Angela Merkel continues to back loans – and austerity – for Greece as more negotiations over reforms roil on, her countrymen have […]
Despite evidence state coffers are fast emptying, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted there’s enough money to pay salaries and pensions – for now.
Much has been in the media about the prospects of a Greek exit from the Eurozone and if it could lead to other countries following.
Greece filed a complaint after the US refused to change the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic (FRYOM) from Macedonia in documents.
With the clock running on delayed reforms, and cash running out, Greece and its creditors will resume technical talks this week.
New Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos wants to to end the warring between political parties as talks roar on with international lenders.
Despite SYRIZA’s word-spinning, Greece’s lenders have backed the country into a corner where it will few choices but to do what it’s told.