Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said that Greece may require further help.
Dijsselbloem said that he was not going to talk about a new loan, and that debt relief wouldn't be considered by the Eurogroup beofore April 2014.
It is clear that despite recent progress, Greece's troubles will not have been resolved by 2014.
The Dutch politician stressed that the Eurozone will remain intact (which appears to be his priority).
@MatinaStevis I bet even DBloem doesn't actually believe that....— Shaun Richards (@notayesmansecon) September 5, 2013
Dieselfuel confirms You have to be insane or completele brainwashed if You still think € is a good thing.— Dick Darlington (@Darlington_Dick) September 5, 2013