With each passing day, the chorus of EU countries sounding the alarm grows…
“Given the we have lost a lot of time, I am skeptical,” Kazimir told reporters after a Slovak cabinet meeting when asked if he believed the Riga meeting could bring a breakthrough.
“Greece is moving ever closer to the abyss.”
A meeting of deputy finance ministers last Thursday gave Athens a deadline of six working days to present a revised economic reform plan, before euro zone finance ministers meet on April 24 to decide whether to unlock emergency funding to keep Greece afloat.
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