Eurozone Said to Be Nearing Accord on Four-Month Extension of Greece Bailout
Finance ministers from the 19 eurozone member states were discussing a potential four-month extension for Greece’s bailout programme at an emergency meeting in Brussels on Friday night.
The WSJ quoted a Greek official as saying there was a “broad consensus” on a common statement by finance ministers.
The draft statement foresees a four-month extension to Greece’s bailout from the eurozone, short of the six-month period initially requested by Greece earlier this week.
The blueprint was still being discussed by all eurozone ministers and could change, according to officials close to the talks.
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