FINANCE MINISTERS TO MEET NEXT WEEK AS EFFORTS TO REACH DEAL ON GREECE FAIL
Hopes for a solution to the ‘Greek problem’ are dwindling, after the latest failed effort to reach a deal on the country’s debts.
Ministers met in Luxembourg yesterday in the hopes of hammering out an agreement, however the talks ended without success.
Eurozone ministers will now meet on Monday to discuss the next step.
Yesterday Finance Minister Michael Noonan said Ireland wouldn’t be affected by a Greek default, or if the country is forced out of the EU.