Greek Prime Minister has decided to begin negotiations with Putin
06/07/2015 - 14:07
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday plans to hold a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the agency Bloomberg, citing a source in the Greek government.
"Tsipras and Putin hold telephone conversation during a break in a meeting of the Eurogroup," - leads the agency source.
As reported earlier on Monday, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov, Russia has not received from Greece, any requests for financial assistance.
Eurogroup Working Group, which is preparing for a meeting of the Council immediately of the finance ministers of the eurozone countries (Eurogroup), plans to meet on Monday to discuss the outcome of the referendum in Greece.
Greece does not have enough funds to finance internal and external commitments, and EU partners require new tough reforms in return for loans. In Sunday's referendum in Greece more than 61% of voters said "no" to the requirements of European lenders, about 39% have agreed to these demands.The Greek government announced that the referendum was a victory of democracy, in turn, the head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Deysselblum called the results of the referendum "very sad" for the country's future.